California Legal Ethics
The new editions of Problems in Legal Ethics (Eighth Edition) and California Legal Ethics (Sixth Edition) retain their popular problem-based approach while integrating recent developments since the prior editions. Of particular note is the completely rewritten chapter addressing judicial conduct, which adopts a fresh and more teachable approach to judicial ethics, based on the new 2007 ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct.
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