The Florida Bar

Ethics Opinion

Opinion 64-32

FLORIDA BAR ETHICS OPINION
OPINION 64-32
June 22, 1964
Advisory ethics opinions are not binding.
There is nothing improper in a law firm securing copies of pamphlets published by The Florida
Bar for a savings association and nothing improper in the displaying and distributing of such
pamphlets by the association.
Canons:

27, 35

Chairman Smith stated the opinion of the committee:
A member of The Florida Bar states that a federal savings and loan
association has asked his firm to procure for display and distribution in its
building copies of The Florida Bar pamphlet entitled “Have You Made A Will?”.
The association wishes to make the pamphlet available to members of the public
who ask about problems relating to the preparation of wills.
This Committee is unanimously of the opinion that there would be nothing improper in
the firm securing the pamphlets as planned and nothing improper in the savings and loan
association displaying and distributing the pamphlets. The Committee, in fact, commends the
practice to members of the Bar.