40 S. Tex. L. Rev. [iii] (1999)
Table of Contents--Issue 1

handle is hein.journals/stexlr40 and id is 3 raw text is: SOUTH TEXAS LAW REVIEW
SPRING 1999                                 VOL. 40 No. 1
SYMPOSIUM
THE LAWYER'S DUTY TO PROMOTE THE COMMON GOOD
FOREWORD  ..................................... John  J. Worley  1
ARTICLES
WHAT IS THE COMMON GOOD, AND
WHY DOES IT CONCERN THE
CLIENT'S LAWYER? ................................ John  Finnis  41
REFLECTIONS ON THE ETHICS OF
REPRESENTING CLIENTS WHOSE
AIMS ARE UNJUST ........................... Robert P. George  55
PLEA BARGAINING AND THE
CRIMINAL DEFENDANT'S OBLIGATION
TO PLEAD GUILTY .......................... Gerard V. Bradley  65
THE LAWYER'S DUTY TO PROMOTE
THE COMMON GOOD: THE VIRTUOUS
LAW STUDENT AND TEACHER ........... Robert J. Araujo, S.J.  83
THE COMMON GOOD AND THE DUTY TO
REPRESENT: MUST THE LAST LAWYER
IN TOWN TAKE ANY CASE? ............ Teresa Stanton Collett  137
LAWYERS' ETHICS IN THE GAP
BETWEEN LAW AND JUSTICE ............... Stephen L. Pepper  181
Post Conference Reflections
LAWYERS AND THE UNCOMMON GOOD:
NAVIGATING AND TRANSCENDING
THE  GRAY  .......................................... Randy  Lee  207

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