Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law

ISBN-13: 9781454863045

ISBN-10: 1454863048

Author: Lisa G. Lerman, Philip G. Schrag

Edition: 4

Publication date:
2016
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer
Format:
Hardcover 1008 pages
Category:
Law
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Acknowledged author Lisa G. Lerman wrote Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law comprising 1008 pages back in 2016. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 1454863048 and 9781454863045. Since then Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law textbook received total rating of 3.5 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $50.21 or rent at the marketplace.


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Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law, Fourth Edition is a problem-based casebook with a contemporary and thoughtful approach to challenging ethical dilemmas, encouraging deep analysis and lively class discussion.Thoroughly updated, the Fourth Edition presents:Recent changes to the Model Rules and other new developments in the law governing lawyers, and numerous new examples of recent cases of lawyer misconductSix new problems on conflicts of interest, a criminal defense lawyer s duty to investigate, prosecutorial investigations, and relationships between lawyers and judgesUp-to-date discussions of how the Internet is affecting law practice, including the use of e-mail, social media, blogging, and raising capital for law firms by crowdfundingExpanded coverage of the post-recession changes in the legal professionDiscussion of the implications for confidentiality of employer monitoring of employees, government monitoring of electronic communications, and hacking of law firm computer systemsDeeper coverage of ethical issues for prosecutorsLerman/Schrag/Gupta Model Rules supplement includes 115 practice questions and detailed answers to help students prepare for the MPRE, and a selection of provisions from the state ethics codes that diverge from the Model Rules for comparative analysis