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1 29 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 1631 June, 1996 Symposium Executing the Wrong Person: The Professionals' Ethical Dilemmas THE LIFE-SAVING EXCEPTION TO CONFIDENTIALITY: RESTATING LAW WITHOUT THE WAS, THE WILL BE, OR THE OUGHT TO BE Monroe H. Freedman ∗ Copyright (c) 1996 Loyola Law School of Loyola Marymount University; Monroe H. Freedman, Reprinted with permission. When I was a first-year law student in 1951, Professor Lon Fuller shocked his Contracts class by announcing that all...