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2014, Volume 22, Issue Number 3
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FEATURES:

The Time Is Now for Non-Lawyer Ownership of Law Firms
By Frederic S. Ury

The Conflicting Ethical, Legal, and Public Policy Obligations of the Government’s Chief Legal Officer
By Michael A. Cardozo

Rethinking the Character and Fitness Inquiry
By Leslie C. Levin

Judges and Social Media: “Friends” with Costs and Benefits
By Benjamin P. Cooper

Counsel’s Duty of Candor to a Client: It’s Time for a Model Rule
By Raymond J. McKoski

Commentary—Loyalty by Contract: A Sad Reflection on Lawyer Ethics
By Lawrence J. Fox

 

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