Ethics
 
 
 
 
 

October 2001, Volume 80, No. 10



A Matter of Civility: American Inns of Court strive to shape a culture of excellence in jurisprudence
by Naseem Stecker


Chief Justice Corrigan: "A Duty to Argue"


Crossing The Bar--Are Law Schools in a Position to Raise Attorney Job Satisfaction?
by John P. Hale


President's Page--Sea Changes
by Bruce W. Neckers


Trial Practice--Over the Top: Violating the law of closing argument
by Brian J. Benner and Ronald L. Carlson


Viewpoints--A Healing Profession
by John T. Berry


Good Writing as a Professional Responsibility
by Thomas Haggard


Technology--Bookmark Managers: One size does not fit all
by Dennis M. Kennedy

 

Lawyers as Healers: Feel better about yourself and the law through six simple suggestions
by John W. Allen


Ethics Hotline Top Ten Questions: Short Answers to Common Ethics Concerns
by Thomas K. Byerley


Better Business: Avoiding malpractice suits and ethical conflicts when forming business deals outside the practice of law
by Angus G. Goetz,Jr.


Serving Clients in a Multidisciplinary Practice: As MDPs become a reality, attorneys must strictly uphold the core values of their profession
by Victoria Kremski


Bruce W. Neckers- 67th President, State Bar of Michigan, 2001-2002


How "Civil" an Attorney are You? Find out if you're taking yourself and your practice a little too seriously.
by John A. Chamberlain

 
     

 

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