Effort to eliminate ‘Z’ words from Bar rules takes another step
An effort to scrub so-called “Z” words – “zeal,” “zealous,” and “zealously,” – from the Bar rule book has cleared another hurdle.
At a July 27 meeting in Sarasota, the Rules Committee voted unanimously to approve a Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section proposal to amend Chapter 4 Rules of Professional Conduct.
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