2009 Selected Standards on Professional Responsibility: Including California and New York Rules
Professional Responsibility is one of the most rapidly changing fields in American law. New rules, not just new cases, come to the forefront each year. The 2009 edition of Morgan & Rotunda's Selected Standards on Professional Responsiblity, covering national as well as the New York and California standards on Professional Responsibility, has collected the most up-to-date and important standards that govern judicial and legal ethics. Students, faculty, the practicing bar, judges, and all those who write and study in this area will find in one short and accessible volume the essentials of what they will need to examine the many issues of professional responsiblity that they will confront on a daily basis. The standards include the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, The American Lawyer's Code of Conduct, California Rules of Professional Conduct, New York Code of Professional Responsibility, Aspirational Goals on Lawyer Advertising, and ABA Canons of Professional Ethics.
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