2007 Prof. Law. Symp. Issues [iv] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/profeslwr15 and id is 1 raw text is: 2007 SYMPOSIUM ISSUE OF
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ARTICLES
IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROBERT F. DRINAN, S.J.                                1
Michael S. Greco
MICHAEL FRANCK AWARD PRESENTATION                                       5
Donald B. Hilliker
THE ABA-A BEACON FOR CLIENTS                                            9
Lawrence J. Fox
THE BURIED BODIES CASE: ALIVE AND WELL AFTER THIRTY YEARS              19
Lisa G. Lerman, Frank H. Armani, Thomas D. Morgan, and Monroe H. Freedman
ARE THEY JUST BAD APPLES? ETHICAL BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONAL SETTINGS:  33
AN INTRODUCTION (AND BIBILIOGRAPHY)
Arthur J. Lachman
SELF REGULATION AND THE DUTY TO REPORT MISCONDUCT: MYTH OR MAINSTAY?   41
Charles B. Plattsmier
A LAWYER'S DUTY TO REPORT ANOTHER LAWYER'S MISCONDUCT:                 47
THE ILLINOIS EXPERIENCE
Mary T. Robinson
COMBATING HMMEL ANGST                                                 55
Patricia A. Sallen
SOME PROBLEMS WITH MODEL RULE 5.6(A)                                   65
Stephen Gillers
COMPILATION OF CASES INVOLVING RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS                   71
AMONG LAW PARTNERS
Ronald C. Minkoff
CALIFORNIA ETHICAL RULES GOVERNING RESTRICTION ON LAW PRACTICE         93
Ellen A. Pansky
LAWYERS AND ABUSIVE TAX SHELTERS: CIVIL LIABILITY                      99
Thomas Ross
ABUSIVE TAX SHELTERS: ETHICAL PITFALLS FOR LAWYERS                    107
Mary T. Robinson
LAW SCHOOL CLINICS AND ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES                  111
Dennis E. Curtis
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