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Symposium : new perspectives on traditional legal ethics.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
1998
Copyright date:
1998
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Law Center, [1998]
Copyright notice:
©1998
Format:
  • Book
  • pages 787-1029 ; 25 cm
Title Variation:
New perspectives on traditional legal ethics
Note:
Special issue of Georgetown journal of legal ethics, volume 9, number 4 (summer 1998). Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Foreword: The quest for a perfect code / Fred C. Zacharias
  • Rediscovering Fuller's legal ethics / David Luban
  • Using legal ethics to screw your enemies and clients / John Leubsdorf
  • More about us : another take on the abusive use of legal ethics rules / Stephen Gillers
  • Reply to Professor Gillers / John Leubsdorf
  • Do clients have ethical obligations to lawyers? : some lessons learned from the diversity wars / David B. Wilkins
  • Toward a theory of reciprocal responsibility between clients and lawyers : a comment on David Wilkins' Do clients have ethical obligations to lawyers? : some lessons learned from the diversity wars / Carrie Menkel-Meadow
  • Limited performance agreements : should clients get what they pay for? / Fred C. Zacharias
  • And such small portions : limited performance agreements and the cost/quality/access trade-off / David A. Hyman & Charles Silver
  • Reply to Hyman and Silver : clients should not get less than they deserve / Fred C. Zacharias
  • Too much law, too little justice : too much rhetoric, too little reform / Deborah L. Rhode
  • Big lies and small steps : a critique of Deborah Rhode's Too much law, too little justice : too much rhetoric, too little reform / Richard Abel.
Contributor:
Rhode, Deborah L. author.
Georgetown University. School of Law.
Related Work:
Georgetown journal of legal ethics.
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