Pennsylvania Disciplinary Defense and Ethics Attorney
Whether you are an attorney with a Disciplinary Board complaint or a Client Security Fund claim against you, a formerly-admitted attorney seeking reinstatement, a judge facing a Judicial Conduct Board investigation, a bar applicant faced with a character and fitness issue before the Board of Law Examiners, or you are simply seeking advice on a legal ethics issue, Attorney Craig Simpson understands the extremely sensitive and confidential nature of your matter.Since 1986, Attorney Craig Evan Simpson has concentrated his practice on the representation of attorneys, judges, district justices, and bar applicants in disciplinary and other ethics-related proceedings throughout Pennsylvania. This includes assisting lawyers, judges, and aspiring lawyers before the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board, the Pennsylvania Lawyers Fund for Client Security, the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners, and the Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board. In addition, Attorney Simpson advises attorneys and law firms on a wide range of ethics issues and reviews attorney advertising for ethical propriety.
Attorney Craig Simpson is also a frequent lecturer on a wide range of subjects including legal ethics, professional responsibility and an attorney’s responsibilities to clients, the courts, and the Bar. Attorney Simpson regularly speaks at Continuing Legal Education courses and at law schools on ethics and bar admissions matters.
Mr. Simpson has also been an adjunct professor of law at Duquesne University School of Law, where he teaches Professional Responsibility.
If you have been contacted by the Disciplinary Board (or more particularly, the Office of Disciplinary Counsel), The Client Security Fund, the Board of Law Examiners, or the Judicial Conduct Board, or if you have other ethical questions, contact Attorney Craig Simpson at 412-731-3100 to arrange an appointment at our convenient and confidential office.