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LAWYER-CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY: RETHINKING THE TRILEMMA

The trilemma refers to three ethical obligations bearing on lawyerclient confidentiality, all of which a lawyer cannot simultaneously obey when faced with client perjury. A lawyer is required (1) to learn as much as possible about a client’s case; (2) … Continue reading

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The Rise of Institutional Law Practice

For generations, the legal profession has assumed that only individual lawyers practice law. Ethical standards have been largely, if not exclusively, directed at individuals, and practice organizations have been regulated to prevent limiting individual lawyer professional judgment. The world in … Continue reading

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