Morning Docket: 03.20.20

* A New Jersey lawyer has been suspended from practice for submitting a fabricated law school transcript to Williams & Connolly falsely listing his GPA as a 3.825 when he actually had a 3.269. Kuddos to the firm for catching this! [ABA Journal]

* A lawsuit in New Hampshire is arguing that New Hampshire’s governor does not have the authority to limit crowd sizes to 50 people or less. [Boston Globe]

* A Maryland attorney has been disbarred for convincing a client to invest settlement proceeds in litigation matters at the firm and then lying about the results of those cases. [Bloomberg Law]

* Some government entities are looking to release prisoners who may be vulnerable to COVID-19. [Boston Globe]; [Washington Post]

* A GoFundMe campaign for two University of Michigan Law School cafe workers has raised over $30,000 in two days. It’s good to have a feel-good story in these trying times. [Michigan Live]

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