Annotated Model Rules of Professional Conduct
American Bar Association, 2007 - Law - 693 pages
The Annotated Model Rules of Professional Conduct is ABA's definitive resource for information about lawyer ethics. Each chapter includes a Rule and its Comment, a detailed discussion of the Rule's meaning, application and interpretation, with citations to more than 4,000 cases and ethics opinions, hundreds of law review articles, and the relevant sections of the Restatement (Third) of the Law Governing Lawyers. The information is carefully organized under numerous subheadings, making it easy to find specific information.
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of Authority between Client and Lawyer
Current Government Officers and Employees
Transactions with Persons Other Than Clients
Law Firms and Associations
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