Legal Ethics: Volume 13, Part 2, 2010

LEGAL ETHICS

Volume 13. Part 2 of Legal Ethics is now published and includes some articles by Canadians:

“The Legitimate Concerns of Legal Ethics” and “Truth or Truthiness? A Modern Legal Ethics’ Understanding of the Lawyer and Her Community”:   Alice Woolley SSRN page click here

“Canada: Sex on the Internet and Fitness for Judicial Office”: Adam Dodek  SSRN page click here 

Please see below for full details.

Editorial: Christine Parker (free to view – please click here)

Invitation to Join the Newly Formed International Association of Legal Ethics: Deborah L Rhode (free to view – please click here)

Articles

Not an Impartial Tribunal? English Courts and Barristers’ Negligence: Mark R Davies 

Diversity Staff and the Dynamics of Diversity Policy-Making in Large Law Firms: Joanne P Braithwaite

Forum Philosophical Legal Ethics: Ethics, Morals and Jurisprudence 

Christine Parker Introduction

1. The Legitimate Concerns of Legal Ethics  Alice Woolley SSRN page click here

 2. Locating Morality in Legal Practice: Lawyer? Client? The Law?: Stephen Pepper  

3. The Ethics in Legal Ethics: Tim Dare

 4. Client-Centred Answers to Legal Ethics Questions: Katherine Kruse  

5. Razian Authority and its Implications for Legal Ethics: W Bradley Wendel

 6. Legal Ethics Should be Primarily a Matter of Principles, Not Rules: William H Simon  

7. Not Morality at All, and Certainly Not Morality as Regulative Ideal: Daniel Markovits

International Legal Ethics Conference IV

The Legal Profession in Times of Turbulence: Vivien Holmes and Kath Hall 

Ethics in Practice: Correspondents’ Reports 

Canada: Sex on the Internet and Fitness for Judicial Office :  Adam Dodek  SSRN page click here 

Europe: German Chocolates, Austrian Trainees, Swiss In-House Counsel and More: Matthias Kilian 

UK: Diversity in the Legal Profession: A Business or an Ethical Rationale?: Lisa Webley

China: Local Efforts to Improve Lawyers and Judicial Ethics in China: A Tale of Three Cities: Richard Wu  

USA: Corporate Affiliate Conflicts: ‘Contracting Around’ the Ethics Rules?: John Steele

Australia: Independence in the Eye of Many Beholders: Linda Haller 

Book Reviews

Three reviews of Daniel Markovits, A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age, with a Reply from the Author

Truth or Truthiness? A Modern Legal Ethics’ Understanding of the Lawyer and Her Community: Alice Woolley  

Can Lawyers Have Integrity?: Tim Dare

A Modern Legal Ethics on the Substantive Justification of the Lawyer’s Role and its Implications for Professional Practice: Gregory J Cooper 

Reply: Legal Ethics Rebound: Daniel Markovits

 

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