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Should Lawyers Stick To Their Last?, Justin A. Stanley Jul 1989

Should Lawyers Stick To Their Last?, Justin A. Stanley

Indiana Law Journal

The Growth of Large Law Firms and Its Effect on the Legal Profession and Legal Education, Symposium


Looking At Large Law Firms: Any Role Left For The Law Schools?, Bryant C. Danner Jul 1989

Looking At Large Law Firms: Any Role Left For The Law Schools?, Bryant C. Danner

Indiana Law Journal

The Growth of Large Law Firms and Its Effect on the Legal Profession and Legal Education, Symposium


Legal Future Shock: The Role Of Larger Law Firms By The End Of The Century, James F. Fitzpatrick Jul 1989

Legal Future Shock: The Role Of Larger Law Firms By The End Of The Century, James F. Fitzpatrick

Indiana Law Journal

The Growth of Large Law Firms and Its Effect on the Legal Profession and Legal Education, Symposium


Speculation By A Customer About The Future Of Large Law Firms, Duncan A. Mcdonald Jul 1989

Speculation By A Customer About The Future Of Large Law Firms, Duncan A. Mcdonald

Indiana Law Journal

The Growth of Large Law Firms and Its Effect on the Legal Profession and legal Education, Symposium


The Lawyer's Duty To Keep Clients Informed: Establishing A Standard Of Care In Professional Liability Actions, Gary A. Munneke Jan 1989

The Lawyer's Duty To Keep Clients Informed: Establishing A Standard Of Care In Professional Liability Actions, Gary A. Munneke

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

This Article will explore the problem of the attorney's duty to provide clients with adequate information to make informed decisions. It will discuss situations in which such a duty is appropriate, and suggest that a cause of action for informed consent must be limited to those fact patterns where courts have established the right of the client to make the decision. The analysis rejects establishment of a broad right of the client to control all aspects of the representation. The Article will first review the history of the development of professional liability law with particular emphasis on the medical profession, …