Bonnie Frost Publishes “What are Motions for Reciprocal Discipline and Motions for Final Discipline?” in New Jersey Lawyer Magazine’s Ethics and Professional Responsibility ColumnDecember 20, 2022
Einhorn Barbarito Partner Bonnie Frost, Esq., explains that the Disciplinary Review Board hears motions for final discipline of lawyers who are guilty of criminal behavior and motions for reciprocal discipline for lawyers who are disciplined in another jurisdiction and admitted in New Jersey. Each type of motion, as she writes in “What are Motions for Reciprocal Discipline and Motions for Final Discipline” in New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, requires the Disciplinary Review Board to review the underlying record and recommend the amount of discipline to be imposed by the Supreme Court.
Bonnie is currently a Member of the Committee on Attorney Advertising, Supreme Court of New Jersey. She is the Present Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Disciplinary Diversionary Committee and served on the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 13 years, acting as its chair from 2013 to 2019. She is a 2016 Clapp Laureate; Past Chair, NJSBA Appellate Practice Committee; and 2012 Tischler Award Recipient. In addition, she is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Attorney and is a Fellow of The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
This article was originally published in the December 2022 issue of New Jersey Lawyer and is being republished herein with permission of the New Jersey State Bar Association.