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Teaching Professional Responsibility and Ethics

Submitted by Ronald Rotunda on Tue, 05/14/2013 - 20:52
Long title
Teaching Professional Responsibility and Ethics
Author(s)
Rotunda, Ronald D
Author(s)' contact information
rrotunda@chapman.edu
Publication
St. Louis University Law Journal
Volume number
51
Year
2007
First page number
1223
Last page number
1233
Country
United States
Abstract
This article discusses the development of teaching legal ethics in light of the changes in the ethics rules over the years. The thesis is that many ethics rules reflect the needs of a cartel (the legal profession) to protect itself, rather than the need to protect the clients of lawyers. The author uses stories and examples to illustrate this thesis.
Status
Published
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