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How A Sole Practitioner Uses The "Electronic Office" To Maintain A Competitive Law Practice, Jesse Richardson Apr 1998

How A Sole Practitioner Uses The "Electronic Office" To Maintain A Competitive Law Practice, Jesse Richardson

Law Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Standard Of Care In Legal Malpractice: Do The Model Rules Of Professional Conduct Define It?, Gary A. Munneke Jan 1998

The Standard Of Care In Legal Malpractice: Do The Model Rules Of Professional Conduct Define It?, Gary A. Munneke

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

This Article will review existing case law and commentary, and propose a new formula for application of rules of professional conduct in determining the standard of care to which attorneys should be held in malpractice cases. The authors will argue in favor of establishing a position that state rules of professional conduct create certain specific standards of lawyer behavior that constitute a minimum standard of conduct and a minimum standard of care for every individual attorney practicing in each jurisdiction.


Bringing Legal Realism To The Study Of Ethics And Professionalism, Douglas N. Frenkel, Robert L. Nelson, Austin Sarat Jan 1998

Bringing Legal Realism To The Study Of Ethics And Professionalism, Douglas N. Frenkel, Robert L. Nelson, Austin Sarat

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law

No abstract provided.


The Underlying Causes Of Withdrawal And Expulsion Of Partners From Law Firms, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Jan 1998

The Underlying Causes Of Withdrawal And Expulsion Of Partners From Law Firms, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law

No abstract provided.


The Religious Lawyer In A Pluralist Society, Howard Lesnick Jan 1998

The Religious Lawyer In A Pluralist Society, Howard Lesnick

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law

No abstract provided.


Asking Leopards To Change Their Spots: Can Lawyers Change? A Critique Of Solutions To Professionalism By Reference To Empirically-Derived Attributes, Susan Daicoff Dec 1997

Asking Leopards To Change Their Spots: Can Lawyers Change? A Critique Of Solutions To Professionalism By Reference To Empirically-Derived Attributes, Susan Daicoff

Susan Daicoff

No abstract provided.