October 23, 2012
Unethical Obedience by Subordinate Lawyers: Practical Lessons from Social Psychology
Foundational studies in social psychology imply that subordinate lawyers will obey a superior's unethical or illegal instructions far more often than we would like to believe. This panel will explore some of the key insights from these studies and describe what implications they have for lawyer behavior.
Andrew M. Perlman (Panel leader)
The Center for Professional Responsibility