Annotated Model Rules of Professional Conduct
American Bar Association, 2003 - Law - 725 pages
This definitive resource for information about lawyer ethics has been updated and expanded to include all the amendments the ABA made to the Model Rules in 2002.
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Page 2 - ... legal profession is largely self-governing. Although other professions also have been granted powers of self-government, the legal profession is unique in this respect because of the close relationship between the profession and the processes of government and law enforcement. This connection...