A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age

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INDEX OF MODEL RULES AND OTHER
AUTHORITIES
ABA Canons of Professional Ethics Canon 5, 81n, 291n13 Canon 15, 255n3, 259n3
ABA Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility
Formal Op. 280 (1949), 267n12
Formal Op. 287 (1953), 265n4
Formal Op. 314 (1965), 258n28, 273n72
Formal Op. 324 (1970), 290n2
Formal Op. 346 (1982), 273n72
Formal Op. 85–352 (1985), 258n28, 273n69, 273n72
Formal Op. 87–353 (1987), 265n4
Formal Op. 92–363 (1992), 279n113, 282n135
Formal Op. 92–366 (1992), 275n83, 287n168
Formal Op. 92–368 (1992), 279n114
Formal Op. 93–375 (1993), 266n6
Formal Op. 94–382 (1994), 279n114
Formal Op. 94–387 (1994), 275n84, 284n140, 293n35
Formal Op. 95–397 (1995), 267n16
ABA Ethics 2000 Commission Report on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Reporter’s Explanation of Changes Memo, 319n80
ABA Model Code of Professional Responsibility
Canon 7, 255n3, 259n4
DR 2–110, 287n169, 289n176, 289n182, 290n183, 290n184
DR 4–101, 275n82, 296n62
DR 5–101, 298n81
DR 5–102, 298n81
DR 6–101, 289n182
DR 7–101, 66, 259n5, 260n24, 267n16, 284n146, 294n40, 295n48
DR 7–104, 277n100
DR 7–105, 282n135
DR 7–106, 291n13
DR 7–109, 271n49
EC 2–29, 285n154, 285n156
EC 2–30, 285n155
Preliminary Statement, 331n104
ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Preamble, 27, 104, 259n7, 259n9, 299n1, 299n4, 299n85, 299n86, 299n87, 330n90, 331n104
Rule 1.1, 70n
Rule 1.2, 27, 29, 56n, 65, 66, 79–80, 260n23, 261n29, 266n10, 267n16, 287n168, 290n1, 333n111
cmt. 1, 30, 264n62, 264n63
cmt. 2, 261n30, 261n31
cmt. 10, 275n83
Rule 1.3, 27, 65, 259n6
cmt. 1, 255n3, 259n8, 264n63, 276n92
Rule 1.6, 55–56, 56n, 66, 258n29, 260n17, 268n18, 268n19, 268n21, 269n24, 274n80, 275n82, 275n85, 275n86, 275n89, 294n38, 296n62, 298n75, 333n113, 334n115, 337n154, 338n157
cmt. 12, 335n116
Rule 1.7, 260n13, 260n14, 260n15, 260n16, 260n18, 298n78
cmts. 29–31, 319n80
Rule 1.8, 260n17, 260n19, 260n20, 260n21, 260n22
Rule 1.13, 337n154, 338n157, 338n158, 338n159, 338n160
Rule 1.16, 70n, 71, 264n1, 265n1, 267n14, 276n93, 285n160, 285n161, 286n162, 286n163, 287n166, 287n167, 287n168, 287n169, 288n170, 288n172, 288n175, 289n176, 289n177, 289n182
cmt. 2, 288n170, 289n182
Rule 2.1, 261n32, 271n47
cmt. 2, 261n32
Rule 2.2, 195n
Rule 2.4, 257n20, 319n80

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A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I Adversary Advocacy 23
  • Chapter 1- The Wellsprings of Legal Ethics 25
  • Chapter 2- The Lawyerly Vices 44
  • Chapter 3- The Seeds of a Lawyerly Virtue 79
  • Part II Integrity 101
  • Chapter 4- Introducing Integrity 103
  • Chapter 5- An Impartialist Rejoinder? 118
  • Chapter 6- Integrity and the First Person 134
  • Part III Comedy or Tragedy? 153
  • Chapter 7- Integration through Role 155
  • Chapter 8- Lawyerly Fidelity and Political Legitimacy 171
  • Chapter 9- Tragic Villains 212
  • Postscript 247
  • Notes 255
  • Index of Cases Cited 341
  • Index of Model Rules and Other Authorities 347
  • Index of Subjects 351
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