Table of Contents
Edited by Monroe H. Freedman, Abbe Smith and Alice Woolley
Part 1: Foundations
- Richard Wasserstrom, Lawyers as Professionals: Some Moral Issues, Human Rights 5, 1, 1975, 1-24.
- Charles P. Curtis, The Ethics of Advocacy, Stanford Law Review 4, 3, 1951, 3-23.
Part 2: The Lawyer’s Role as Advocate and Advisor: Defences and Challenges
- Charles Fried, The Lawyer as Friend: The Moral Foundations of the Lawyer-Client Relation, Yale Law Journal 85, 8, 1976, 1060 – 1089.
- Tim Dare, Mere-Zeal, Hyper-Zeal and the Ethical Obligations of Lawyers, Legal Ethics 7, 1, 2004, 24-38.
- W. Bradley Wendel, Civil Obedience, Columbia Law Review 104, 2004, 363-425
- William H. Simon, Ethical Discretion in Lawyering, Harvard Law Review 101, 6, 1988, 1083-1145.
- Monroe H. Freedman, Professional Responsibility of the Criminal Defense Lawyer: The Three Hardest Questions, Michigan Law Review 64, 1966, 1469-1484
Part 3: Lawyers and Clients
- Thomas L. Shaffer, Legal Ethics and the Good Client, Catholic University Law Review 36, 1987, 319-330.
- Katherine R. Kruse, Beyond Cardboard Clients in Legal Ethics, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 23, 2010, 103-154.
- Barbara Allen Babcock, Defending the Guilty, Cleveland State Law Review 32, 1983, 175-187.
- Allan C. Hutchinson, Taking It Personally: Legal Ethics and Client Selection, Legal Ethics 1, 2, 1998, 168-183.
Part 4: Moral Dilemmas in Legal Practice
- Monroe H. Freedman, Must You Be the Devil’s Advocate?, Legal Times, August 23, 1993.
- Michael Tigar, Setting the Record Straight on the Defense of John Demjanjuk, Legal Times, September 6, 1993.
- Stephen Gillers, Can a Good Lawyer be a Bad Person?, Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 2, 1999.
- Deborah Rhode, Terrorists and Their Lawyers, NY Times, April 16, 2002, at A31.
- Abbe Smith, What Motivates a Lawyer to Defend a Tsarnaev, a Castro or a Zimmerman?, Washington Post, July 25, 2013.
Part 5: Legal Ethics in the Criminal Trial
- David B. Wilkins Race, Ethics, and the Frist Amendment: Should a Black Lawyer Represent the Ku Klux Klan, George Washington Law Review 63, 6, 1995, 1030-1070.
- Paul Butler, How Can You Prosecute Those People?, in How Can You Represent These People, Abbe Smith and Monroe H. Freedman (eds), (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), pp. 15-27.
- Abbe Smith, On Representing a Victim of Crime, in Law Stories¸Gary Bellow and Martha Minow (eds), (Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 1998), pp. 149-167.
Part 6: Being a Lawyer
- David Luban, A Different Nightmare and a Different Dream, in Legal Ethics and Human Dignity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 131-161.
- Alice Woolley and W. Bradley Wendel, Legal Ethics and Moral Character, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 23, 2010, 1065-1100.
- Alice Woolley, Context, Meaning and Morality in the Life of the Lawyer, Legal Ethics 17, 1, 2014, 1-22.