Current important events in the U.S. legal profession and legal ethics, with up-to-the-minute research and rules, are explored by Tulane law students from an advanced ethics seminar of spring 2010 and several independent study papers, and by a legal ethics professor in his Foreword. Purchase of this book benefits Tulane PILF, a nonprofit student group which funds public interest and indigent client representations throughout the country.
Topics include social networking, judicial “friending,” and internet advertising; ancillary businesses controlled by lawyers, particularly under the latest LMRDA; the Supreme Court’s 2009 decision on judicial campaign finance; and ethics and professionalism in negotiations.
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You can download the Foreword free, and find out more about this project, from a blog post on the leading legal ethics website, The Legal Profession Blog.
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