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Regulation of Lawyers: Problems of Law and Ethics, Tenth Edition

Stephen Gillers

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  • ISBN: 9781454878452

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    Published 10/14/2016
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    Summary of Contents

    Contents
    Why It's Important: A Preface for Students
    Acknowledgments
    A Word About Case Editing

    Chapter I: Where Do "Ethics" Rules Come From?

    Part 1. The Attorney-Client Relationship
    Chapter II: Defining the Attorney-Client Relationship
    Chapter III: Protecting the Attorney-Client Relationship Against Outside Interference
    Chapter IV: Lawyers, Money, and the Ethics of Legal Fees

    Part 2. Conflicts of Interest
    Chapter V: Concurrent Conflicts of Interest
    Chapter VI: Successive Conflicts of Interest

    Part 3. Special Lawyer Roles
    Chapter VII: Ethics in Advocacy
    Chapter VIII: Special Issues in Criminal Prosecutions
    Chapter IX: Negotiaion and Transactional Matters
    Chapter X: Lawyers for Companies and Other Organizations
    Chapter XI: Judges

    Part 4: Avoiding and Redressing Professional Failure
    Chapter XII: Control of Quality: Reducing the Likelihood of Professional Failure
    Chapter XIII: Control of Quality: Remedies for Professional Failure
    Chapter XIV: Control of Quality: Nonlawyers in the Law Business (and Related Issues)

    Part 5: First Amendment Rights of Lawyers and Judicial Candidates
    Chapter XV: Free Speech Rights of Lawyers and Judicial Candidates
    Chapter XVI: Marketing Legal Services

    Tables of Cases
    Tables of Codes, Rules, and Restatement Provisions
    Index

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    Stephen Gillers

    Stephen Gillers has been a professor of law at New York University School of Law since 1978 and Vice Dean from 1999-2004. He holds the Elihu Root chair. He does most of his research and writing on the regulation of the legal profession. His courses include Regulation of Lawyers, Evidence, and Law and Literature (with University Professor Catharine Stimpson, former dean of the graduate school).

    Professor Gillers has written widely on legal and judicial ethics in law reviews and in the legal and popular press. He has taught legal ethics as a visitor at other law schools and has spoken on lawyer regulatory issues at hundreds of events in the U.S. and abroad - often for legal ethics CLE credit - including at federal and state judicial conferences, law firms, corporate general counsel's offices, government law offices, ABA meetings, state and city bar meetings nationwide, in oral and written submissions to Congress, and in law school lectureships. For many years, four or five times each year, he has lectured on legal ethics at the New York City Bar Association CLEs.

    Professor Gillers is the author of Regulation of Lawyers: Problems of Law and Ethics, a widely used law school casebook first published by Little, Brown (now Aspen) in 1985 with a 10th edition forthcoming in 2014. With Roy Simon (and Andrew Perlman as of 2008 and John Steele as of 2015), he has edited Regulation of Lawyers: Statutes and Standards, published annually by Little, Brown, then Aspen, since 1989. He is also the author of Regulation of the Legal Profession (Aspen 2009)(the ''Essentials'' series).

    From 2000-2002, Professor Gillers was a member of the ABA's Multijurisdictional Practice Commission which proposed rule changes (all of them accepted) to recognize the cross-border nature of legal practice. In 2009, Professor Gillers was selected to be a member of the ABA 20/20 Commission, 2010-2013, which studied the effects of technology and globalization on the regulation of lawyers leading to amendments to the Model Rules. He was chair of the Policy Implementation Committee of the ABA's Center for Professional Responsibility (2004-2008) and was a member from 2002-2010. He was a member of the International Issues Committee of the ABA Section on Legal Education (2008-2009).

    In 2011, he received the Michael Franck Award from the ABA’s Center for Professional Responsibility. The Award is given annually for &"significant contributions to the work of the organized bar…noteworthy scholarly contributions made in academic settings, [and] creative judicial or legislative initiatives undertaken to advance the professionalism of lawyers…are also given consideration.

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