Regulation of Lawyers: Statutes and Standards
As issues of professional responsibility for lawyers and judges continue to be the subject of intense national debate, this up-to-the-minute supplement supplies the very latest official rules of conduct. When used in conjunction with any major casebook, REGULATION OF LAWYERS: Statutes and Standards 1999 enhances and enlivens class debate.
Instructors choose the Gillers and Simon supplement because of its attention to:
the ABA's Annotated Model Rules of Professional Conduct
other Model Codes and Standards
a selected high-profile case that embodies course concepts
attorney-client privilege and work product revisions
federal conflict and confidentiality provisions
New and noteworthy material in the 1999 Edition includes:
brief summaries of recent, major developments
annual ABA Meeting Updates
updates to state rules for California, District of Columbia, and New York
updates to the Federal Rules of Professional Responsibility
Be sure to add REGULATION OF LAWYERS: Statutes and Standards 1999 to your course materials for absolute currency.
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