2006 Prof. Law. Symp. Issues [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/profeslwr14 and id is 1 raw text is: 2006 SYMPOSIUM ISSUE OF
PROFESSIONAL LAWYER
ARTICLES
MICHAEL FRANCK RECIPIENT ADDRESS                                        1
Deborah L. Rhode
LOUISIANA LAWYERS AFTER THE STORM: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS               7
Charles B. Plattsmier
STOP THE SHREDDING: DOCUMENT RETENTION AFTER U.S. v. ANDERSEN          13
Donald K. Joseph
INTERNET COMMUNICATIONS WITH PROSPECTIVE CLIENTS:                      23
WHEN DISCLAIMERS MAY NOT BE ENOUGH
Mark L. Tuft
THE CHECK (CHEQUE) IS NOT ALWAYS IN THE MAIL:                          29
ONTARIO BY-LAWS ON ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS AND
RECORD KEEPING AND RELATED CONCERNS ABOUT CHEQUE IMAGING
Daniel J. Abrahams
THE JOURNEY OF A CHECK                                                 39
Peter J. Mucklestone
THE REGULATORY IMPLICATIONS OF TRENDS IN LAW PRACTICE:                 47
THOUGHTS ON THE DATA REPORTED IN URBAN LAWYERS
Ted Schneyer
TEACHING ETHICS IN AND OUTSIDE OF LAW SCHOOLS:                         57
WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN'T
Lisa G. Lerman
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON TEACHING LEGAL ETHICS                         67
Robert Rubinson
LAW FIRMS CHANGES: THE ETHICAL OBLIGATIONS WHEN LAWYERS SWITCH FIRMS   69
Lynda C. Shely
IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES: THE DUTY OF UNDIVIDED LOYALTY VERSUS THE   79
NON-CLIENT DUTY OF CARE
Mark A. Johnson & Sims Weymuller
LATERAL SCREENING AFTER ETHICS 2000                                    85
Robert A. Creamer
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Professional                                 1.    ~     efending Liberty
Responsibility                                           Pursuing Justice

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