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Professional Ethics Opinion 89-3, Attorney Responsibility To Disabled Or Dysfunctional Client, David F. Forte Nov 1989

Professional Ethics Opinion 89-3, Attorney Responsibility To Disabled Or Dysfunctional Client, David F. Forte

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

When an attorney files suit on behalf of a client and later has reason to believe the client is incompetent, what should the attorney do? Can the case be settled? Can the attorney move for the appointment of a guardian ad litem? The article is an excerpt from an ethics opinion which answers these questions.


The Ethics Of Advertising By Georgia Lawyers: Survey And Analysis, Roy M. Sobelson Sep 1989

The Ethics Of Advertising By Georgia Lawyers: Survey And Analysis, Roy M. Sobelson

Georgia State University Law Review

No abstract provided.


"Discrimination" On The Basis Of Religion: An Examination Of Attempted Value Neutrality In Employment, Laura S. Underkuffler Apr 1989

"Discrimination" On The Basis Of Religion: An Examination Of Attempted Value Neutrality In Employment, Laura S. Underkuffler

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Living Without Rights-- In Manners, Religion, And Law, Richard Stith Jan 1989

Living Without Rights-- In Manners, Religion, And Law, Richard Stith

Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Lawyers As Officers Of The Court, Eugene R. Gaetke Jan 1989

Lawyers As Officers Of The Court, Eugene R. Gaetke

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

Lawyers like to refer to themselves as officers of the court. Careful analysis of the role of the lawyer within the adversarial legal system reveals the characterization to be vacuous and unduly self-laudatory. It confuses lawyers and misleads the public. The profession, therefore, should either stop using the officer of the court characterization or give meaning to it. This Article proposes certain modifications of the existing rules of professional responsibility that would bring lawyers' actual obligations more in line with those suggested by the label of officer of the court.


Weaving "Birth" Technology Into The "Value And Policy Web" Of Medicine, Ethics And Law: Should Policies On "Conception" Be Consistent?, Margaret A. Somerville Jan 1989

Weaving "Birth" Technology Into The "Value And Policy Web" Of Medicine, Ethics And Law: Should Policies On "Conception" Be Consistent?, Margaret A. Somerville

Nova Law Review

The introduction consists of three stories: the Chinese story, the Australian story and the Bangladesh story.


Authority And Value: Reflections On Raz's Morality Of Freedom, Donald H. Regan Jan 1989

Authority And Value: Reflections On Raz's Morality Of Freedom, Donald H. Regan

Articles

Joseph Raz's The Morality of Freedom1 is full of subtle, original, and thought provoking arguments. It also manifests abundantly Raz's philosophical good sense and sensitivity to the complexities of the moral life. These are reasons enough to class it with the handful of genuinely important books whose appearance in the last two decades has constituted a renaissance in political philosophy. But in my opinion, Raz has another, and even stronger claim on our attention: He comes closer to the truth about political morality than anyone has for nearly a century. (Possibly much longer, but we need not attempt ...


The Pervasive Method Of Teaching Ethics, David T. Link Jan 1989

The Pervasive Method Of Teaching Ethics, David T. Link

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Less Suffering When You're Warned: A Response To Professor Lewis, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1989

Less Suffering When You're Warned: A Response To Professor Lewis, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Should A Christian Lawyer Serve The Guilty?, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1989

Should A Christian Lawyer Serve The Guilty?, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Living Without Rights-- In Manners, Religion, And Law, Richard Stith Dec 1988

Living Without Rights-- In Manners, Religion, And Law, Richard Stith

Richard Stith

No abstract provided.