If you’ve read this blog at all it’s pretty obvious that I currently make my living as a freelance appellate brief writer. Other attorneys hire me to write an appellate brief for their client because they either have a time constraint or aren’t comfortable handling an appeal. So why have I been contacted twice in recent weeks — via anonymous emails — by law students asking whether I would be willing to write a moot court appeal brief? Is the idea of personal ethics dead? What kind of ethics will a lawyer have if he or she is willing to cheat in law school? As former member of the Honor Court of the Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, I am appalled that…