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Lawyers` Ethics and the Pursuit of Social Justice

A Critical Reader

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Taal / Language : English

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Foreword xiii
Robert W. Gordon
Introduction 1(12)
PART A: Theory and History
1 Theories of Professional Regulation
13(33)
Why Does the ABA Promulgate Ethical Rules?
18(7)
Richard L. Abel
Beyond Monopoly: Lawyers, State Crises, and Professional Empowerment
25(6)
Terence C. Halliday
Who Should Regulate Lawyers?
31(10)
David B. Wilkins
Seeking the Faces of Otherness
41(5)
Lucie E. White
2 Historical Perspectives
46(58)
A. ANTEBELLUM ETHICS
Rediscovering the Republican Origins of the Legal Ethics Codes
53(8)
Russell G. Pearce
The Myth of Civic Republicanism: Interrogating the Ideology of Antebellum Legal Ethics
61(5)
Norman W. Spaulding
B. ELITE LAWYERS IN THE PROGRESSIVE ERA
The Independence of Lawyers
66(6)
Robert W. Gordon
Elusive Advocate: Reconsidering Brandeis as People`s Lawyer
72(7)
Clyde Spillenger
A Stratified Profession
79(6)
Jerold S. Auerbach
C. INSIDERS/OUTSIDERS: LAWYERS` LIVES/LAWYERS` AGENCY
The New Woman Lawyer and the Challenge of Gender Equality in Early Twentieth-Century America
85(7)
Virginia G. Drachman
A Social History of Everyday Practice: Sadie T.M. Alexander and the Incorporation of Black Women into the American Legal Profession, 1925-1960
92(7)
Kenneth W. Mack
D. THE LATER TWENTIETH CENTURY AND A CHANGING PROFESSION
Culture Clash in the Quality of Life in the Law: Changes in the Economics, Diversification, and Organization of Lawyering
99(10)
Carrie Menkel-Meadow
3 Historical Case Studies
104(41)
A. LEGAL ETHICS AND THE NAACP
Emancipation
109(5)
J. Clay Smith Jr.
Race, Class, and Legal Ethics in the Early NAACP (1910-1920)
114(6)
Susan D. Carle
Groundwork: Charles Hamilton Houston and the Struggle for Civil Rights
120(8)
Genna Rae MacNeil
Serving Two Masters: Integration Ideals and Client Interests in School Desegregation Litigation
128(8)
Derrick A. Bell Jr.
B. THE POVERTY LAW MOVEMENT
From Ethics to Politics: Confronting Scarcity and Fairness in Public Interest Practice
136(15)
Gary Bellow and Jeanne Kettleson
PART B: Contemporary Critical Approaches
4 Clinical Approaches
145(79)
A. CLIENT CENTERED/COLLABORATIVE LAWYERING
Client-Centered Counseling: Reappraisal and Refinement
151(6)
Robert D. Dinerstein
Subordination, Rhetorical Survival Skills, and Sunday Shoes: Notes on the Hearing of Mrs. G.
157(12)
Lucie E. White
Give Them Back Their Lives: Recognizing Client Narrative in Case Theory
169(12)
Binny Miller
People from the Footnotes: The Missing Element in Client-Centered Counseling
181(6)
Michelle S. Jacobs
B. COMMUNITY/REBELLIOUS LAWYERING
The Rebellious Idea of Lawyering against Subordination
187(14)
Gerald P. López
[On the] Road Back In: Community Lawyering in Indigenous Communities
201(9)
Cristine Zuni Cruz
The Hmong Campaign for Justice: A Practitioner`s Perspective
210(20)
Victor M. Hwang
5 Critical Theories
224(82)
A. CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES
Building Power and Breaking Images: Critical Legal Theory and the Practice of Law
230(8)
Peter Gabel and Paul Harris
Ethical Discretion in Lawyering
238(7)
William H. Simon
B. CRITICAL RACE THEORY
Prosecution and Race: The Power and Privilege of Discretion
245(13)
Angela J. Davis
In the Interest of Racial Harmony: Revisiting the Lawyer`s Duty to Work for the Common Good
258(7)
Bill Ong Hing
(Er)race-ing an Ethic of Justice
265(9)
Anthony V. Alfieri
C. FEMINIST THEORY/LEGAL PRAXIS
Portia Redux: Another Look at Gender, Feminism, and Legal Ethics
274(8)
Carrie Menkel-Meadow
Race and Essentialism in Feminist Legal Theory
282(7)
Angela P. Harris
Lessons and Challenges of Becoming Gentlemen
289(6)
Lani Guinier
A Theory-Practice Spiral: The Ethics of Feminism and Clinical Education
295(14)
Phyllis Goldfarb
6 Legal Ethics Exploration through Literature, Myth, and Popular Culture
306(21)
The Movie Lawyers` Guide to Redemptive Legal Practice
309(8)
Paul Bergman
How the Butler Was Made to Do It: The Perverted Professionalism of The Remains of the Day
317(10)
Rob Atkinson
7 Legal Ethics and Religious Commitment
327(24)
Panel Discussion: Does Religious Faith Interfere with a Lawyer`s Work?
329(10)
Stephen Carter
The Jewish Lawyer`s Question
339(4)
Russell G. Pearce
Should a Christian Lawyer Serve the Guilty?
343(8)
Thomas L. Shaffer
8 Future Challenges: Corporate Power and Lawyers` Counseling Role
351(34)
Making Sense of Moral Meltdowns
355(16)
David Luban
A New Role for Lawyers? The Corporate Counselor after Enron
371(14)
Robert W. Gordon
Appendix 385(14)
Notes 399(20)
Index 419(6)
About the Editor 425
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Paperback / softback
425 pagina's
Januari 2005
590 gram
229 x 152 x 19 mm
NEW YORK UNIV PR us


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