The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics
Volume 22, Issue 3
Summer 2009
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Conflicted Over Conflict Solutions: The Use of Contracts to Cure Conflicts in Public Defense
Sarah E. Black & Lydia C. Desmond
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Consent Waivers in Non-Class Aggregate Settlements: Respecting Risk Preference in a Transactional Adjudication Model
Kerrie M. Brophy
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Chevron Protects Citizens: Reviving the Citizens Protection Act
Megan Browdie & Wei Xiang
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Risks Inherent in Online Peer Advice: Ethical Issues Posed by Requesting or Providing Advice via Professional Electronic Mailing Lists
Caroline D. Buddensick
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Implications of Online Disciplinary Records: Balancing the Public's Interest in Openness with Attorneys' Concerns for Maintaining Flexible Self-Regulation
Jennifer Carpenter & Thomas Cluderay
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Shifting the Blame: The Dilemma of Fee-Shifting Statutes and Fee-Waiver Settlements
Ashley E. Compton
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Ethics for Party Representatives in International Commercial Arbitration: Developing a Standard for Witness Preparation
Brian Cooper
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Advice About Immunity: Ethical Conflict in Garcetti Advice-Giving
Luis Miguel Dickson
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Who's Afraid of a Uniform Federal Court Bar? Dispelling Fears About Standardizing Admission and Regulation of Attorneys in Federal Courts
Ingrid Epperly
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Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.8: The ABA Takes a Stand Against Wrongful Convictions
Wayne D. Garris, Jr.
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Saving the Law from the Office of Legal Counsel
Steven Giballa
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Closing an Administrative Loophole: Ethics for the Administrative Judiciary
Diana Gillis
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Access to CGAs and Justice: The Impact of the Use of Computer Generated Animations on Indigent Criminal Defendants' Constitutional Rights
Mary Elizabeth McGinnis Hadley
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Attorney Gatekeeper Duties in an Increasingly Complex World: Revisiting the "Noisy Withdrawal" Proposal of SEC Rule 205
Caroline Harrington
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Pick Your Poison: Abuse of Legal Versus Illegal Substances as Mitigation in Attorney Disciplinary Cases
Rachel Tarko Hudson
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A Balancing Act: Ethical Dilemmas in Retaining E-Discovery Consultants
Lauren Katz
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New Rule, New York: A Bifocal Approach to Discipline and Discrimination
Nicole Lancia
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Helping Some Helps No One: A Case Study of In Re Benkie and the Need for a Uniform Guidance Policy by the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission
Zachary Lerner
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Referral Is Not Required: How Inexperienced Supreme Court Advocates Can Fulfill Their Ethical Obligations
Christine M. Macey
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When Hot Docs Set Your Company on Fire: Expanding the Role of the General Counsel to Manage Antitrust Risk
Nandu Machiraju
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Lying by Omission? A Suggestion for the Model Rules
Patrick McDermott
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Modeling Optimal Mandates: A Case Study on the Controversy over Mandatory Professional Liability Coverage and Its Disclosure
Devin S. Mills & Galina Petrova
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Legal Hotlines: Ethical Concerns and Proposals for Regulation
Steven A. Nigh
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Reinterpreting the Ethical Duties of a Prosecutor: Y-STR as a Model Investigatory Tool
Nicole L. Phillips & Stephen Smith
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What's Yours is Ours: Making Sense of Inadvertent Disclosure
Adam Pierson
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The Shame of the Legal Profession: Why Eighty Percent of Those in Need of Civil Legal Assistance do not Receive It and What We Should do About It
Elena Romerdahl
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Some of Them Want to Abuse You: A Critique of Attorney Responses to Deposition Abuse
Babak Shamsi
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Marriage of Media and Law: A Doomed Relationship Under Current Ethics Rules
Stefanie A. Sparks
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From the Big Four to Big Law: The Swiss Verein and the Global Law Firm
Megan E. Vetula
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Aiming the Canons at the General: How Should Traditional Canons of Legal Ethics Guide and Constrain an Attorney General?
Diana N. Viggiano
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A Discussion of Nonconsensual Screens as the ABA Votes to Amend Model Rule 1.10
Erik Wittman
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Ethics Codes for Mediator Conduct: Necessary but Still Insufficient
Andrea C. Yang
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