Professional responsibility, Volume 3
Disciplinary Conduct: Appearance of Impropriety, Jurisdiction; Admission to the Bar; Reporting Violations of Discipline Rules; Duty of Confidentiality; Conflicts of Interest; Duty of Competence; Fees; Accepting, Declining and Terminating Representation; Trust Funds; Supervisory Responsibility of Lawyers over Non-Lawyer Employees and Other Lawyers in the Firm; Sharing Fees with Non-Lawyers; Unauthorized Practice of Law; Agreements to Restrict the Practice of Law; Advertising; Solicitation; Public Officials Who Are Lawyers; Revolving Door Between Public and Private Legal Practice; Special Responsibilities of the Public Prosecutor; Responsibilities of the Lawyer to the Tribunal; Trial Publicity; Ex Parte Communications; Candor to Opposing Counsel and the Court; Mediation Among Multiple Clients; Lawyer as Evaluator; Pro Bono Obligations; Law Reform Activities Affecting Private Clients; Judicial Ethics; Judge's Behavior: Personal Behavior, Reporting Lawyers, Disqualification, Extra-Judicial Activities, Political Activities.
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ABA Formal Opinion activities adversary system adverse advertising Alpha appearance of impropriety applicable Attorney attorney-client privilege Attorney's authority bono candidate Choice of Law client confidences client consents client information CODE COMPARISON Code of Judicial confidential conflict of interest contingent fee corporation counsel criminal defendant Derivative Suits Disciplinary Rules disclose disclosure Draft drafters emphasis added employees employment example extrajudicial fact former client funds improper imputed involved judge's Judicial Code Judicial Conduct judicial office jurisdiction law clerk law firm lawyer represents Legal Ethics limited litigation malpractice matter minimis Model Code Model Rules paragraph participate party perjury permitted person Plaintiff practice law practice of law privilege proceeding Professional Conduct prohibition protect provides question relationship representation represents Client responsibility Rotunda Rules of Professional S.Ct solicitation specific statement subject to discipline substantial tribunal U.S. Supreme Court unless violated Canon waive waiver withdraw witness