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Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law: Model Rules, State Variations, and Practice Questions, 2019 and 2020 Edition

Lisa G. Lerman, Philip G. Schrag, Anjum Gupta

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  • ISBN: 9781454894865

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    Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law: Model Rules, State Variations, and Practice Questions, 2019 and 2020 Edition

  • Additional Product Details

    Publication Date: 12/14/2018
    Copyright: 2018
    ISBNs:
    Paperback: 9781455894865

    Detailed Table of Contents (PDF download)
    Introduction

    Summary of Contents

    Introduction

    American Bar Association, Model Rules of Professional Conduct (as amended through August 2018, and Comments)
    Selected Provisions of the State Ethics Code
    Practice Questions

    Answers to Multiple-Choice Practice Questions, With Explanations

  • Author Information

    Lisa G. Lerman

    Lisa G. Lerman is Professor Emerita of Law at The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law (CUA), where she was a full-time faculty member from 1987 until 2016. At CUA, Lerman served as Coordinator of Clinical Programs from 2006 until 2013. From 1996 until 2007, Lerman was Director of the Law and Public Policy Program. She attended Barnard College and NYU School of Law. She received an LL.M. in Advocacy from Georgetown University Law. Before joining the CUA faculty, Lerman was a staff attorney at the Center for Women Policy Studies, a Clinical Fellow at Antioch and Georgetown law schools, a law professor at West Virginia University, and an associate in a small law firm. She also taught at the law schools of American University and George Washington University. She started teaching professional responsibility in 1984.

    Professor Lerman is co- author of Learning from Practice: A Professional Development Text for Legal Externs (2d ed. West 2007). She has written dozens of articles about lawyers, law firms, the legal profession, and legal education, including, for example, Blue- Chip Bilking: Regulation of Billing and Expense Fraud by Lawyers, 12 Geo. J. Leg. Ethics 205 (1999), and Lying to Clients, 138 U. Pa. L. Rev. 659 (1990). Lerman’s earlier writings focused on domestic violence law.

    Professor Lerman has served as an expert witness on legal ethics issues in numerous malpractice cases and lawyer disciplinary matters. She has written, lectured, and consulted on issues relating to legal ethics and legal education at scores of conferences and law schools in the United States and abroad. She was a consultant to the Administrative Conference of the United States and to the Academic Specialists program of the U.S. Information Agency. Lerman taught comparative legal ethics and taught in CUA’s American Law Program at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. She served as a faculty member with Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics.

    Professor Lerman served as chair of the planning committee for the ABA National Conference on Professional Responsibility and as chair of the AALS section on Professional Responsibility. She was a member of the DC Bar Legal Ethics Committee as well as the AALS Standing Committee on Bar Admission and Lawyer Performance.

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    Philip G. Schrag

    Philip G. Schrag is the Delaney Family Professor of Public Interest Law at Georgetown University Law Center. He attended Harvard College and Yale Law School. Before he started a career in law teaching, he was Assistant Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., and in 1970 he became the first Consumer Advocate of the City of New York. A member of the founding generation of clinical law teachers, he developed clinics at Columbia Law School and the West Virginia University College of Law, as well as at Georgetown. During the administration of President Jimmy Carter, he was the Deputy General Counsel of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.

    At Georgetown, Professor Schrag directs the Center for Applied Legal Studies, an asylum and refugee clinic. He regularly teaches professional respon­sibility and has also taught consumer protection, federal income taxation, leg­islation, administrative law, and civil procedure. He has written 16 books and many articles on public interest law and legal education including, most recently, Baby Jails: The Fight to End the Incarceration of Refugee Children in America (University of California Press 2020). In 2007, he helped to persuade Congress to create the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which provides partial student loan forgiveness for graduates who work for 10 years in public inter­est jobs. He has been honored with the Association of American Law Schools’ Deborah L. Rhode award for advancing public service opportunities in law schools through scholarship, service, and leadership; its William Pincus award for outstanding contributions to clinical legal education; Lexis/ Nexis’ Daniel Levy Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Immigration Law; the Outstanding Law School Faculty Award of Equal Justice Works for leader­ship in nurturing a spirit of public service in legal education and beyond; and Georgetown University’s Presidential Distinguished Teacher/ Scholar Award.

    Professors Lerman and Schrag live in Arlington, Virginia. They have two adult children, Samuel Schrag Lerman and Sarah Lerman Schrag. Professor Schrag also is the father of David and Zachary Schrag.

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    Anjum Gupta

    At Yale Law School, Anjum Gupta was an Equal Justice America Fellow, Director of the Temporary Restraining Order Project Domestic Violence Clinic, Director of the Rebellious Lawyering Conference, and an editorial board member of the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. She also worked at the ACLU Immigrant Rights Project and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Professor Gupta clerked for the Honorable Chester J. Straub of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Honorable Charles P. Sifton of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

    Prior to joining the Rutgers School of Law faculty as Professor of Law and Director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic, Professor Gupta served as Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she supervised students representing immigrants seeking various forms of relief before the Department of Homeland Security, the immigration courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the federal courts of appeals. She also served as a Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Center for Applied Legal Studies at Georgetown Law, where she supervised students representing asylum seekers. She began her law teaching career as a Clinical Fellow at the Center for Social Justice at Seton Hall University School of Law, where she supervised students and represented clients in cases involving asylum, human trafficking, domestic violence, immigrant labor rights, and criminal immigration issues. She also authored an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court and traveled to Haiti as part of the Haiti Rule of Law Project. Professor Gupta’s scholarship focuses on immigration and refugee law, with a particular focus on gender-based claims for relief.

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