CALE members A Woolley, R Devlin, B Cotter & J Law have published a second edition of their book Lawyers Ethics and Professional Regulation.
From the LexisNexis website:
This text is a comprehensive discussion of the professional responsibilities of lawyers in Canada. The book addresses issues related to the “law of ethics and lawyering” and provides tools for assisting students and practitioners in exercising the moral judgment which underlies all ethical decisions by lawyers. Case law and case studies are used to illustrate points and suggest solutions to problems that lawyers typically face during their day-to-day practice.
This new edition includes discussion on new cases and issues raised in recent Supreme Court of Canada and other Canadian court decisions, as well as expanded discussion on ethics pertaining to government lawyers and lawyers in corporate settings, as well as a brand new chapter on “Judge’s Ethics/Lawyer’s Dilemmas”.
The Authors: Alice Woolley, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Richard F. Devlin, LL.B., LL.M., Brent Cotter, Q.C., B.Comm., LL.B., LL.M. & John M. Law, B.A., LL.B., LL.M.Alice Woolley, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary. Her research interests cover legal ethics, administrative law, and energy regulation. Prior to joining the University of Calgary, Professor Woolley spent seven years working as a lawyer in Calgary, practising mainly in the areas of civil litigation and utility regulation.
Richard F. Devlin, LL.B., LL.M., is a Professor of law and university research at Dalhousie University. He has published widely in various areas, including legal theory, legal ethics, judicial education, and contracts.
Brent Cotter, Q.C., B.Comm., LL.B., LL.M., is a Professor and Dean at the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan. He was formerly a law Professor at Dalhousie University and has been a visiting Professor at the University of Alberta and Duke University. Prior to his present position, he served for 12 years as a Deputy Minister with the Government of Saskatchewan in various capacities, including as Deputy Attorney General from 1992 to 1997.
John M. Law, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., is a Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta. His research interests focus on administrative law, legal history, legal education, and professional responsibility. He has been actively involved in the governance of the legal profession having served on numerous Law Society committees, including the committee which authored the Law Society of Alberta Code of Professional Conduct.