2009 J. Prof. Law. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/profeslwr2009 and id is 1 raw text is: 2009 JOURNAL OF
the PROFESSIONAL LAWYER
ABA ETHICS REFORM FROM MDP TO 20/20: SOME CAUTIONARY REFLECTIONS    1
Bruce A. Green
SYMPOSIUM: THE FUTURE IS HERE: GLOBALIZATION AND THE-REGULATION
OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, MAY 27, 2009
THOUGHTS ON THE COMPATIBILITY OF RECENT U.K. AND AUSTRALIAN REFORMS
WITH U.S. TRADITIONS IN REGULATING LAW PRACTICE                        13
Ted Schneyer
VIEWS FROM AN AUSTRALIAN REGULATOR                                     45
Steve Mark
REGULATION OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY                 65
Michael S. Greco
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,
MAY 28-30, 2009
CHANGING TIMES AND THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF LAW FIRM DISPUTES         73
Douglas R. Richmond
THE PROFESSIONAL COST OF UNTREATED ADDICTION AND MENTAL ILLNESS
IN PRACTICING LAWYERS                                                 101
Mary T Robinson
TWO CASE STUDIES IN THE EXERCISE OF DISCRETION IN LAWYER DISCIPLINE SYSTEMS  107
Donald R. Lundberg
MICHAEL FRANCK PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AWARD REMARKS
IN HONOR OF MARY C. DALY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MAY 28, 2009              121
John D. Feerick
TRIBUTE TO M. PETER MOSER-SELECT REMARKS DELIVERED FEBRUARY 13,
2009 AT THE BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, FELLOWS OF THE AMERICAN BAR
FOUNDATION RECEPTION                                                  129
Robert L. Nelson
Alice E. Richmond
Jeanne P Gray
Mark L Schickman
Karl J. Ege
Elizabeth Moser
Center for
Professional                                                Defending Liberty
Responsibility                                   /E.2M      Pursuing Justice

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