The Association of Disabled Lawyers ('ADL') reserves the right to remove any contribution to the Disability in Law Forum ('the Forum') that does not meet these rules of conduct:
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2. We encourage members to have open and candid discussions and debates. We will not censor members for expressing an opinion within the limits of these rules of conduct. However, all communications should be civil and polite. Members should treat each other with respect and consideration for all points of view.
3. ADL do not condone unlawful, harassing, abusive, threatening, harmful, obscene, profane, sexually orientated or racially offensive comments. This includes comments that are offensive to others with regards to religion, gender, nationality or other personal characteristic. Comments of this nature may result in suspension of your ability to post to forums and retain ADL membership.
4. Comments cannot condone illegal activity or incite people to commit any crime or prejudice on-going or forthcoming court proceedings (contempt of court) or break a court injunction.
5. Users are encouraged to discuss and share business knowledge and experiences, but this does not include self-promotion and spam. Comments that advertise or promote products or services are not allowed.
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