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Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients. This page contains summaries of the advisory opinions issued by the Arkansas Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee from requests for opinions received since July 1, 1991. Copies of the full opinions are available below. The first three requests for advisory opinions received by the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee evolved around the issue of nepotism. The Arkansas Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee issued an advisory opinion stating that under the presently applicable Arkansas Code of Judicial Conduct, the judge is not specifically prohibited from serving on a bank’s board of directors, but noting that membership on a bank’s board is specifically prohibited by the proposed Arkansas Code of Judicial Conduct now pending before the Arkansas Supreme Court.
In response to a request for an advisory opinion, the Arkansas Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee stated that it did not have authority to respond to a judge’s request for an opinion regarding a pending motion for recusal. In an advisory opinion, the Arkansas Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee stated that a judge may not speak at a dinner sponsored by a college to try to develop ways to persuade more young people to attend the college where the ticket sales receipts will be used in part to fund workshops for future training sessions for the same purpose and to pay other speakers for future events sponsored by the college. In response to a request, the Arkansas Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee stated that a judge is disqualified from cases involving lawyers who practice with a lawyer the judge has hired to defend the judge in another case. In an advisory opinion, the Arkansas Judicial Ethics Committee stated that Arkansas judges who hold offices filled by election may purchase tickets to and attend the inaugural ball for Bill Clinton regardless whether the ball is considered a celebration or a political gathering and regardless whether the admission charge is used to defray the costs of the event, is given to a charitable organization, or is used to support Democratic Party activities. In an advisory opinion, the Arkansas Judicial Ethics Committee stated that, where a judge’s sibling is an attorney employed in the litigation division of the state attorney general’s office, the judge may sit in cases that involve the office of the attorney general, except those in which the sibling will appear of record as attorney or assists in any way in the preparation or trial.