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MISUNDERSTANDING LAWYERS’ ETHICS

The title of Daniel Markovits’s book, A Modern Legal Ethics, gives the impression that it is a comprehensive treatise on contemporary lawyers’ ethics. The contents of the book, however, are both more limited and more expansive than the title suggests. Markovits’s treatment of lawyers’ ethics concerns itself with what he conceives to be the pervasive guilty conscience of practicing lawyers over their “professional viciousness” (p. 36), and how lawyers can achieve a guilt-free professional identity…

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