Foundations of the Law of Ethics and Lawyering / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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This work is a collection of articles that explore the tension between the law governing the conduct of lawyers and the complex ethics of lawyering that pulls against that law and competes with it. This collection emphasizes the regulatory framework that has developed to govern the conduct of lawyers and draws heavily on the work of law and economics scholars.
Table of ContentsAbout the AuthorIntroduction I. Overview David B. Wilkins, Who Should Regulate Lawyers?, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 799 (1992) Susan P. Koniak, The Law Between the Bar and the State, 70 N.C. L. Rev. 1389 (1992) George M. Cohen, When Law and Economics Met Professional Responsibility, 67 Fordham L. Rev. 273 (1998) Richard W. Painter, Rules Lawyers Play By, 76 N.Y.U.L. Rev. 665 (2001) Susan P. Koniak & George M. Cohen, In Hell There Will Be Lawyers Without Clients or Law, 30 Hof. L. Rev. 129 (2001) [Part I] Fred C. Zacharias, Confronting Lies, Fictions, and False Paradigms in Legal Ethics Regulation, 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 829 (2002) II. Legal Limits on Advice and Action Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., �How Far May a Lawyer Go in Assisting a Client in Legally Wrongful Conduct?�, 35 U. of Miami L. Rev. 669 (1981) Stephen L. Pepper, Counseling at the Limits of the Law: An Exercise in the Jurisprudence and Ethics of Lawyering, 104 Yale L. J. 1545 (1995) David Dana, Business Lawyering and Value Creation for Clients: Environmental Lawyers and Public Service Model of Lawyering, 74 Or. L. Rev. 57 (1995) Harris Weinstein, Attorney Liability in the Savings and Loan Crisis, 1993 U. Ill. L. Rev. 53 (1993) III. Confidentiality Daniel R. Fischel, Lawyers and Confidentiality, 65 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1 (1998) Monroe H. Freedman, Perjury: The Lawyer's Trilemma, 1 Litigation 26 (No. 1, Winter 1975) Lance Cole, Revoking Our Privileges: Federal Law Enforcement's Multi-Front Assault on the Attorney-Client Privilege (And Why it Is Misguided), 48 Vill. L. Rev. 469 (2003) IV. Conflicts of Interest Jonathan R. Macey & Geoffrey P. Miller, An Economic Analysis of Conflict of Interest Regulation, 82 Iowa L. Rev. 965 (1997) Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., �Triangular Lawyer Relationships: An Exploratory Analysis�, 1 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 15 (1987) Charles Silver & Lynn A. Baker, Mass Lawsuits and the Aggregate Settlement Rule, 32 Wake Forest L. Rev. 733 (1997) V. Competence John Leubsdorf, Legal Malpractice and Professional Responsibility, 48 Rutgers L. Rev. 101 (1995) George M. Cohen, Legal Malpractice Insurance and Loss Prevention: A Comparative Analysis of Economic Institutions, 4 Conn. Ins. L.J. 305 (1997) Abraham S. Blumberg, The Practice of Law as a Confidence Game: Organizational Cooptation of a Profession, 1 aw & Society Rev. 15 (1967) Susan P. Koniak, Through the Looking Glass of Ethics and the Wrongs With Rights We Find There, 9 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1 (1995) VI. Lawyer-Client Relationship William H. Simon, �The Ideology of Advocacy: Procedural Justice and Professional Ethics�, 1978 Wis. L. Rev. 29 Lisa G. Lerman, Lying to Clients, 138 U. Penn. L. Rev. 659 (1990) Susan P. Koniak & George M. Cohen, In Hell There Will Be Lawyers Without Clients or Law, 30 Hof. L. Rev. 129 (2001) [Part II] Nancy J. Moore, Expanding Duties of Attorneys to "Non-clients": Reconceptualizing the Attorney-client Relationship in Entity Representation and Other Inherently Ambiguous Situations, 45 S. C. L. Rev. 659 (1994) VII. Structure of Practice Robert W. Gordon, The Independence of Lawyers, 68 B.U. L. Rev. 1 (1988) David Luban, Taking out the Adversary: the Assault on Progressive Public-interest Lawyers, 91 Calif. L. Rev. 209 (2003) Charles W. Wolfram, Inherent Powers in the Crucible of Lawyer Self-Protection: Reflections on the LLP Campaign, 39 S. Tex. L. Rev. 359 (1998) Ronald J. Gilson & Robert H. Mnookin, Disputing Through Agents: Cooperation and Conflict Between Lawyers in Litigation, 94 Colum. L. Rev. 509 (1994) Deborah L. Rhode, Moral Character as a Professional Credential, 94 Yale L. J. 491 (1985) Ted Schneyer, Professional Discipline for Law Firms?, 77 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1991) Roger C. Cramton, The Future of the Legal Profession: Delivery of Legal Services to Ordinary Americans, 44 Case Western Res. L. Rev. 531 (1994)