A Grand Slam of Professional Irresponsibility and Judicial Regard

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Professor Monroe H. Freedman has devoted his professional life to studying and enhancing the professional ethics of lawyers. He has received the American Bar Association’s highest award for professionalism, in recognition of a “lifetime of original and influential scholarship in the field of lawyers’ ethics.” The New York Times described him as “a pioneer in the field of legal ethics,” which he certainly is. From 1975, when he published his treatise Lawyers’ Ethics in an Adversary System, to last year when he co-authored Understanding Lawyers’ Ethics, he has asked questions others preferred to avoid and endeavored to assure that lawyers throughout the legal profession develop and adhere to high standards.

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