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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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The Corporate Lawyer and ‘The Perjury Trilemma’

This paper represents a thought experiment that takes one of Monroe Freedman’s most fundamental legal ethics ideas and extends it to a current controversy. Professor Freedman’s contributions are many, but none is more significant than his stating—and proposing a solution … Continue reading

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