Civility and Collegiality—Unreasonable Judicial Expectations for Lawyers As Officers of the Court?

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Title

Civility and Collegiality—Unreasonable Judicial Expectations for Lawyers As Officers of the Court?

Description

This Article argues that it would be preferable for courts to define sanctionable officer-of-the-court duties by reference to well-defined, existing procedural and ethical norms, thereby enhancing predictability and imbuing the label with much-needed substance.

Creator

Lonnie T. Brown, Jr.

Publisher

St. Mary's Journal on Legal Malpractice and Ethics, St. Mary's University School of Law

Date

2012

Contributor

St. Mary's University School of Law

Rights

Copyright to author Lonnie T. Brown, Jr.

Relation

St. Mary's Journal on Legal Malpractice and Ethics

Format

RFC3778

Language

English, en-US

Type

Text

Identifier

Brown_Final2.pdf

Files

Brown_Final2.pdf

Citation

Lonnie T. Brown, Jr., “Civility and Collegiality—Unreasonable Judicial Expectations for Lawyers As Officers of the Court?,” St. Mary's Law Digital Repository, accessed April 27, 2017, http://lawspace.stmarytx.edu/item/Brown_Final2.pdf.

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