DearCustomer- Sometimes finding an attorney willing to sue another attorney is not always easy, especially if you are looking for someone who practices in the same area. We do not actually represent clients from this website so I cannot represent you in the case.
My suggestion is to either go back to the Bar and explain your situation or to contact a private lawyer referral company for a possible attorney referral who can assist. I have included the website for Martindale Hubble below. They are one of the best companies for lawyer referrals. It appears you have a good case so you need to get a lawyer.
This is why you need a lawyer to advise you as to all of this. As I said, we cannot give specific legal advice and the Code of Professional Responsibility is quite detailed. An attorney can review your case and then research the Code to find the specific provisions that were violated. Most attorneys who take cases like this will offer a free or very low cost consultation appointment to allow you to present the facts.
The Code is primarily used by the Bar to determine whether and attorney has violated some ethical standard however when you sue for malpractice you are basing the claim on negligence. There does not necessarily need to be a Code violation for there to be negligence. The Bar is confusing ethics with malpractice when they ask for a Code section.
Well I suggest you find an attorney since you do not need codes to file a malpractice suit for negligence. There's nothing in the code that requires an attorney to tell you all the legal steps etc. I have no idea what code sections were violated but that is not what is important in a malpractice action. If the Bar already found she violated something then they already have the codes for those violations.
You are confusing ethical conduct with malpractice. The Bar needs the codes for an ethical complaint but it is not up to the public to analyze the Code of Professional Responsibility. The public presents the facts and the Bar investigates, which is what I assume they have already done. All you are now asking the Bar for is an attorney referral so you don't need code sections for that.
I suggest you contact Martindale Hubble and get a referral to a private attorney.
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