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Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility

1996

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Indentifying And Resolving Conflicts Of Interest In Representing Multiple Parties In Planning, Compliance, And Controversy Matters, Paula M. Junghans Dec 1996

Indentifying And Resolving Conflicts Of Interest In Representing Multiple Parties In Planning, Compliance, And Controversy Matters, Paula M. Junghans

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Moral Theory And Moral Life, Michael Pritchard Dec 1996

Moral Theory And Moral Life, Michael Pritchard

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

This paper was originally presented as The Distinguished Scholar Award Lecture, January 25, 1996.


Legal Ethics, Roy M. Sobelson Dec 1996

Legal Ethics, Roy M. Sobelson

Mercer Law Review

The survey period was relatively quiet in terms of judicial and legislative developments in the Legal Ethics area. Nevertheless, it may prove to be an important transition period in the history of the State Bar of Georgia, insofar as lawyer discipline and consumer assistance is concerned. On June 1, 1995, the State Bar of Georgia began an experimental Consumer Assistance Program, sometimes known as "Central Intake." The reason for the program was simple. History has shown that the vast majority of complaints about lawyers do not raise disciplinary issues at all. In the past, such nondisciplinary complaints were summarily dismissed, …


Judging And Diversity: Justice Or Just Us?, Richard F. Devlin Frsc Oct 1996

Judging And Diversity: Justice Or Just Us?, Richard F. Devlin Frsc

Articles, Book Chapters, & Popular Press

It is clear that the inevitable is upon us: as a society Canada is undergoing significant social change and law, as a social institution and mode of social interaction and regulation, cannot be immune to such changes. I want to suggest to you that these transitions are more than statistical - they are cultural and in that sense they will generate significant changes, indeed challenges, to our conventional ways of doing things. Change is of course somewhat unnerving, even disturbing or threatening, but I want to ask what sort of responses are available to us as we attempt to continue …


Should Lawyers Obey The Law?, William H. Simon Oct 1996

Should Lawyers Obey The Law?, William H. Simon

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


In Defense Of Law And Morality: Why Lawyers Should Have A Prima Facie Duty To Obey The Law, David B. Wilkins Oct 1996

In Defense Of Law And Morality: Why Lawyers Should Have A Prima Facie Duty To Obey The Law, David B. Wilkins

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Stevens's Professionalism And Ours, David Luban Oct 1996

Stevens's Professionalism And Ours, David Luban

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Dilemma Of Corporate Counsel Faced With Client Misconduct: Disclosure Of Client Confidences Or Constructive Discharge, H. Lowell Brown Oct 1996

The Dilemma Of Corporate Counsel Faced With Client Misconduct: Disclosure Of Client Confidences Or Constructive Discharge, H. Lowell Brown

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


A New Direction In Attorney Advertising: Florida Bar V. Went For It, Inc., Kent Harrell Oct 1996

A New Direction In Attorney Advertising: Florida Bar V. Went For It, Inc., Kent Harrell

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Lights, Camera, Litigate: Lawyers And The Media In Canada And The United States, Charles W. Wolfram Oct 1996

Lights, Camera, Litigate: Lawyers And The Media In Canada And The United States, Charles W. Wolfram

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

Drawing on recent high profile cases in Canada and the United States, the author examines the different extent to which lawyers in those two countries comment to the media about ongoing litigation. He investigates various formal constraints upon lawyer comment, such as court-imposed publication bans and rules of professional responsibility. He also looks at the way in which lawyer behavior is attributable to non-formal, cultural determinants.


Front Matter Oct 1996

Front Matter

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Supreme Court Pronouncements On The Conduct Of Lawyers, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Oct 1996

Supreme Court Pronouncements On The Conduct Of Lawyers, Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Is Legal Ethics Asking The Right Questions?, Alan Dershowitz Oct 1996

Is Legal Ethics Asking The Right Questions?, Alan Dershowitz

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Jim's Modest Proposal, Kenney F. Hegland Oct 1996

Jim's Modest Proposal, Kenney F. Hegland

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Vaporous And The Real In Former-Client Conflicts, Charles W. Wolfram Oct 1996

The Vaporous And The Real In Former-Client Conflicts, Charles W. Wolfram

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


The Client Fraud Problem: A Justinian Quartet, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Oct 1996

The Client Fraud Problem: A Justinian Quartet, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Searching For New "Particles" In The Law Of Lawyering: Recent Developments In The Attribution Of "Clienthood", Theodore J. Schneyer Oct 1996

Searching For New "Particles" In The Law Of Lawyering: Recent Developments In The Attribution Of "Clienthood", Theodore J. Schneyer

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Class Action Against Class Counsel, Susan P. Koniak Oct 1996

Class Action Against Class Counsel, Susan P. Koniak

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Supreme Court Pronouncements On The Conduct Of Lawyers, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Oct 1996

Supreme Court Pronouncements On The Conduct Of Lawyers, Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


What About The Children? Are Family Lawyers The Same (Ethically) As Criminal Lawyers? A Morality Play, Robert H. Aronson Oct 1996

What About The Children? Are Family Lawyers The Same (Ethically) As Criminal Lawyers? A Morality Play, Robert H. Aronson

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


On Lying For Clients, Tomas L. Shaffer Oct 1996

On Lying For Clients, Tomas L. Shaffer

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Life And Death Lawyering: Dignity In The Absence Of Autonomy, Teresa Stanton Collett Oct 1996

Life And Death Lawyering: Dignity In The Absence Of Autonomy, Teresa Stanton Collett

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Diagnosis And Prescription: Illusory Lawyer Disiplinary Reform And The Need For A Moratorium, Burnele Venable Powell Oct 1996

Diagnosis And Prescription: Illusory Lawyer Disiplinary Reform And The Need For A Moratorium, Burnele Venable Powell

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


The Trouble With The Adversary System In A Post-Modern, Multi-Cultural World, Carrie Menkel-Meadow Oct 1996

The Trouble With The Adversary System In A Post-Modern, Multi-Cultural World, Carrie Menkel-Meadow

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Suing A Current Client, Thomas D. Morgan Oct 1996

Suing A Current Client, Thomas D. Morgan

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


The Year: 2075, The Product: Law, Stephen Gillers Oct 1996

The Year: 2075, The Product: Law, Stephen Gillers

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Thinking Globally: Will National Borders Matter To Lawyers A Century From Now?, Mary C. Daly Oct 1996

Thinking Globally: Will National Borders Matter To Lawyers A Century From Now?, Mary C. Daly

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Legal Ethics: The Core Issues - Conference Faculty Selected Publications Oct 1996

Legal Ethics: The Core Issues - Conference Faculty Selected Publications

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Professionalism In Perspective: Alternative Approaches To Nonlawyer Practice, Deborah L. Rhode Oct 1996

Professionalism In Perspective: Alternative Approaches To Nonlawyer Practice, Deborah L. Rhode

Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

No abstract provided.


Speculating On The Future Of Attorney Responsibility To Nonclients, Barbara Glesner Fines Oct 1996

Speculating On The Future Of Attorney Responsibility To Nonclients, Barbara Glesner Fines

Faculty Works

No abstract provided.