Professional responsibility, Volume 3

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West Pub. Co., Aug 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 449 pages
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Disciplinary Conduct: Appearance of Impropriety, Jurisdiction; Admission to the Bar; Reporting Violations of Discipline Rules; Duty of Confidentiality; Conflicts of Interest; Duty of Competence; Fees; Accepting, Declining and Terminating Representation; Trust Funds; Supervisory Responsibility of Lawyers over Non-Lawyer Employees and Other Lawyers in the Firm; Sharing Fees with Non-Lawyers; Unauthorized Practice of Law; Agreements to Restrict the Practice of Law; Advertising; Solicitation; Public Officials Who Are Lawyers; Revolving Door Between Public and Private Legal Practice; Special Responsibilities of the Public Prosecutor; Responsibilities of the Lawyer to the Tribunal; Trial Publicity; Ex Parte Communications; Candor to Opposing Counsel and the Court; Mediation Among Multiple Clients; Lawyer as Evaluator; Pro Bono Obligations; Law Reform Activities Affecting Private Clients; Judicial Ethics; Judge's Behavior: Personal Behavior, Reporting Lawyers, Disqualification, Extra-Judicial Activities, Political Activities.

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Contents

CAPSULE SUMMARY
13
Jurisdiction
20
Application to the Bar
27
Copyright

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