A Legislative History: The Development of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 1982-2005

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American Bar Association, 2006 - Law - 906 pages
This comprehensive volume provides a series of summaries of the American Bar Association's legislative actions from 1982 to 2005 which shaped the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. The Model Rules serve as the models for legal ethics rules of most states and provide guidance in resolving ethical problems, including lawyer malpractice cases, disciplinary actions, disqualification issues, sanctions questions and more. This history traces the significant changes to the Model Rules since their adoption by the ABA in 1982 and the rationale for those changes.
 

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Contents

VIII
21
IX
33
X
39
XIV
57
XV
63
XVI
70
XVII
91
XIX
135
LVII
384
LIX
388
LXII
397
LXIV
412
LXVI
416
LXVIII
422
LXX
432
LXXII
435

XXI
157
XXIII
164
XXIV
181
XXVI
201
XXIX
209
XXXI
219
XXXII
233
XXXIV
244
XXXV
256
XXXVII
274
XXXVIII
288
XXXIX
291
XL
297
XLI
304
XLIII
304
XLV
305
XLVII
311
XLVIII
315
XLIX
338
LI
348
LIII
354
LIV
366
LV
376
LXXIV
441
LXXVI
467
LXXVII
479
LXXVIII
483
LXXX
493
LXXXII
503
LXXXIII
506
LXXXV
510
LXXXVII
513
LXXXIX
516
XCI
528
XCII
549
XCIV
575
XCVI
591
XCVII
599
XCIX
601
CI
605
CII
609
CIV
619
CV
624
CVII
634
CIX
680
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