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Clearly Erroneous: The Fourth Circuit's Decision To Uphold Removal Of A State-Bar Disciplinary Proceeding Under The Federal-Officer Removal Statute, Franklin D. Cleckley Apr 1990

Clearly Erroneous: The Fourth Circuit's Decision To Uphold Removal Of A State-Bar Disciplinary Proceeding Under The Federal-Officer Removal Statute, Franklin D. Cleckley

West Virginia Law Review

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Restraining The Overly Zealous Advocate: Time For Judicial Intervention, Paul Lowell Haines Apr 1990

Restraining The Overly Zealous Advocate: Time For Judicial Intervention, Paul Lowell Haines

Indiana Law Journal

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Risks Of Violation Of Rules Of Professional Responsibility By Reason Of The Increased Disparity Among The States, Ted J. Fiflis Jan 1990

Risks Of Violation Of Rules Of Professional Responsibility By Reason Of The Increased Disparity Among The States, Ted J. Fiflis

Articles

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Kentucky's New Rules Of Professional Conduct For Lawyers, Eugene R. Gaetke Jan 1990

Kentucky's New Rules Of Professional Conduct For Lawyers, Eugene R. Gaetke

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

On July 12, 1989, the Kentucky Supreme Court adopted its own version of the American Bar Association's 1983 Model Rules of Professional Conduct as the body of disciplinary law applicable to lawyers practicing in the state. These new rules constitute a major improvement in the state's law of legal ethics. Their adoption should be considered a victory for Kentucky lawyers and, more importantly, a victory for the people of the state, the ultimate beneficiaries of the regulation of the legal profession.

As with most victories, the adoption of the new rules was not unequivocally positive. Kentucky's version ...


Ethical Considerations For The Corporate Legal Counsel, Thomas B. Metzloff Jan 1990

Ethical Considerations For The Corporate Legal Counsel, Thomas B. Metzloff

Faculty Scholarship

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The Legal Ethics Of Fear: On The 1904 Report Of The Committee On Legal Ethics Of The Georgia Bar Association, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1990

The Legal Ethics Of Fear: On The 1904 Report Of The Committee On Legal Ethics Of The Georgia Bar Association, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

It would be possible for me now to round off a courteous comment on the 1904 Report with a disquisition on gentleman's ethics in the legal profession. That would have been a less novel thing to do in 1904 than it is now, but at either time it can be supposed to have been expected and, by and large, understood. But I think we can learn more from the 1904 Report by taking a more contentious and somber look at Branham's words. I suggest that what the report shows is unpleasant, that the legal ethic recommended there to ...


Legal Ethics After Babel, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1990

Legal Ethics After Babel, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

Legal ethics owes as much to Richard M. Nixon as it does to philosophy. The rebirth of legal ethics in the last decade is one of many consequences, although possibly the most obscure, of the burglary at the Watergate Hotel in 1972. The criminal politics that destroyed Mr. Nixon's presidency summoned American lawyers to a serious, systematic examination of the morals of their craft.


Collegiality, Justice, And The Public Image: Why One Lawyer's Pleasure Is Another's Poison, Andrew R. Herron Jan 1990

Collegiality, Justice, And The Public Image: Why One Lawyer's Pleasure Is Another's Poison, Andrew R. Herron

University of Miami Law Review

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