Additional MDP Papers

(updated 09/28/04)

  • Main Street Multidisciplinary Practice Firms: Laboratories for the Future , 37 Mich. J. L. Reform 95 (2003), Susan Poser

  • The Work of the ABA Commission on Multidisciplinary Practice, Ch. 2 in Stephen J. McGarry, Laurel S. Terry, Multidisciplinary Practices and Partnerships: Lawyers, Consultants and Clients (Law Journal Press 2002)

  • What If . . . ? The Consequences of Court Invalidation of Lawyer_Accountant Multidisciplinary Partnership Bans in Private Investments Abroad Problems & Solutions in International Business in 1998, Chap. 7, Laurel S. Terry & Clasina B. Houtman Mahoney, (Matthew Bender 1999) 

  • German MDPs: Lessons to Learn, Laurel S. Terry, 84 Minn. L. Rev.1547 (2000)

  • A Primer on MDPs: Should the “No” Rule Become a New Rule? , Laurel S. Terry, 72 Temple L. Rev. 869 (1999)

  • MDPs: Reflections From the US Perspective, Laurel S. Terry, 8 Int’l J. Legal Profession 151 (2001)

  • A New Millennium's Resolution: The ABA Continues Its Regrettable Ban on Multidisciplinary Practice, Michael W. Price, 37 Houston L. Rev. 1495 (Winter 2000)

  • Accountants, The Hawks of the Professional World: They Foul Our Nest and Theirs Too, Plus Other Ruminations on the Issue of MDPs, Lawrence J. Fox, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 1097 (2000)

  • At the Helm of the Multidisciplinary Practice Issue After the ABA's Recommendation: States Finding Solutions by Taking Stock in European Harmonization to Preserve Their Sovereignty in Regulating the Legal Profession, Robert K. Christensen, 2001 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 375 (2001) Notes and Comments

  • The Bar Strikes Back: The ABA's Misguided Quash of the MDP Rebellion, Stuart S. Prince, 50 Am. U. L. Rev. 245 (October 2000) Comment

  • Bend, But Don’t Break: MDP Proposal Bends in the Right Direction, But -- Crack!!-Goes Too Far, Jeffrey M. Jones, 54 SMU L. Rev. 395 (Winter 2001) Comment

  • Business Law Symposium: Multidisciplinary Practice, 36 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1 (Spring 2000)

  • Can States Juggle the Unauthorized and Multidisciplinary Practices of Law?: A Look at the States’ Current Grapple with the Problem in the Context of Living Trusts, Pamela Lopata, 50 Cath. U. L. Rev. 467 (Winter 2001) Comment

  • Changes, Choices, and Challenges for the Legal Profession, Margaret Milner Richardson, 50 J. Legal Educ. 477, The Brave New World of Multidisciplinary Practice (December 2000)

  • Choosing Wise Men Wisely: The Risks and Rewards of Purchasing Legal Services From lawyers in a Multidisciplinary Partnership, Mary C. Daly, Vol. 13 The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 217 (Winter 2000)

  • Collaboration Between Lawyers and Others: Coping With the ABA Model Rules After Resolution 10F, Harold Levinson, 36 Wake Forest L. Rev. 133 (Spring 2001)

  • Consensus Across Multiple Divides: An Empirical Study of Outlooks Underlying Lawyers’ Attitudes on Multidisciplinary Practice, Greg Casey and Carol A. Needham, 32 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 617, Multidisciplinary Practice Symposium (Spring 2001)

  • Cover Me: The Effects of Attorney-Accountant Multidisciplinary Practice on the Protections of the Attorney-Client Privilege, Michael W. Loudenslager, 53 Baylor L. Rev. 33, (Winter 2001)

  • The Disciplinary Restrictions on Multidisciplinary Practice: Their Derivation, Their Development, and Some Implications for the Core Values Debate, Bruce A. Green, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 1115 (2000)

  • Ebbs and Tides and Water Rise: What's the Real Concern With MDPs?, Laurie Hatten-Boyd, 53 Tax Law 489 (Winter 2000)

  • The Future of Multidisciplinary Practices in North Carolina: Love ’em or Hate 'em, North Carolina’s Only Option is to Regulate Them, M. Courtauld McBryde, 36 Wake Forest L. Rev. 193, Business Law Symposium Multidisciplinary Practice (Spring 2001)

  • Lawyer + Layman: A Recipe for Disaster! Why the Ban on MDP Should Remain, John D. Messina, 62 U. of Pittsburgh L. Rev. 367 (Winter 2000)

  • Legal Education and Financial Planning: Preparation for the Multidisciplinary Practice Future, George Steven Swan, 23 Campbell L. Rev. 1 (Fall 2000)

  • The MDP Controversy: What Legal Educators Should Know, Phoebe A. Haddon, 50 J. Legal Educ. 504, The Brave New World of Multidisciplinary Practice (December 2000)
  • MDPs, "Spinning," and Wouters v. NOVA, Laurel S. Terry, 52 Case Western Law Review 867 (Summer 2002)

  • Multidisciplinary Partnerships in the United States and the United Kingdom and Their Effect on International Business Litigation, Aubrey Meachum Connatser, 36 Tex. Int'l L.J. 365 (Spring 2001) Comment

  • Multidisciplinary Practice, Daniel R. Fischel, 55 Business Lawyer 952 (May 2000)

  • Multidisciplinary Practice and the American legal profession: A Market Approach to regulating the Delivery of Legal Services in the Twenty-First Century, John S. Dzienkowski and Robert J. Peroni, 69 Fordham Law Review 83 (October 2000)

  • Multidisciplinary Practice and the Future of the Legal Profession: Considering a Role for Independent Directors, John H. Matheson & Peter D. Favorite, 32 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 577, Multidisciplinary Practice Symposium (Spring 2001)

  • Multidisciplinary Practice: Changing the Global View of the Legal Profession, Katherine L. Harrison, 21 U. of Pennsylvania J. of International Economic L. 879 (Winter 2000)

  • Multidisciplinary Practice Symposium Speeches and Articles, Pace Law Review, 20 Pace Law Review 1 (Fall 1999)

  • Multidisciplinary Practices and the Legal Profession: An Uncertain Future, Robert N. Muraski, 79 Oregon L. Rev. 283 (Spring 2000)

  • Multidisciplinary Practices: Lawyers and Accountants Under One Roof?, Tia L. Breakley, 2000 Columbia L. Rev. 275 (2000)

  • Practices and the Legal Profession: An Uncertain Future, Robert N. Muraski, 79 Oregon L. Rev. 283 (Spring 2000)

  • Professional Responsibility Issues of Advocates in Multidisciplinary Practice: A Scenario, Laurence M. Rose, 74 Temp. L. Rev. 171, (Spring 2001)

  • Ready or Not, Here They Come: Why the ABA Should Amend the Model Rules to Accommodate Multidisciplinary Practice, Bradley G. Johnson, 57 Washington & Lee L. Rev. 951 (Summer 2000)

  • Resolving the MDP Issue: Deciding if the Status Quo is what’s Best for the Client, Julia J. Hall, 52 Mercer L. Rev. 1191 (Spring 2001) Comment

  • The Rise of Multidisciplinary Practices in Europe and the Future of the Global legal Profession Following Arthur Andersen v. Netherlands Bar Ass'n, G. Ellis Duncan, 9 Tul. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 537, (Spring 2001) Comment

  • Social Justice Collaboratives: Multidisciplinary Practices for People, Louise G. Trubek and Jennifer J. Farnham, 7 Clinical L. Rev. 227 (Fall 2000)

  • Symposium: Multidisciplinary Practice, 20 New York law School Journal of International and Comparative Law 153 (2000)

  • Under Siege From Within and Without: Why Model Rule 5.4 is Vital to the Continued Existence of the American Legal Profession, Paul R. Koppel, 14 The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 687 (Spring 2001)

  • Views on Multidisciplinary Practice with Particular Reference to Law and Economics, New York, and North Carolina, Sydney M. Cone, III, 36 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1, Business Law Symposium Multidisciplinary Practice (Spring 2001)

  • What the MDP Debate Can Teach Us About Law Practice in the New Millennium and the Need for Curriculum Reform, Mary C. Daly, 50 J. Legal Educ. 521, The Brave New World of Multidisciplinary Practice (December, 2000)

  • Why Say No to Multidisciplinary Practice?, Edith Y. Wu, 32 Loyola U. of Chicago L.J. 545 (Spring 2001)

  • Would You Like Fries With That? The Future of Multidisciplinary Practices, Adam A. Shulenburger, 87 Iowa L. Rev. 327 (October 2001) Note

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