Faculty Notes

Prof. Monroe Freedman’s Review of Markovits’ A Modern Legal Ethics to Be Published in New Book

Monroe H. Freedman, Professor of Law

An excerpt from Monroe H. Freedman and Abbe Smith, “Misunderstanding Lawyers’ Ethics (Book Review of Daniel Markovits, A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Ethics in a Democratic Age [2008]),” 108 Michigan Law Review 925 (2010), is being published in Russell Weaver, John Burkoff, Catherine Hancock, Janet Hoeffel, Stephen Singer and Steven Friedland, Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Approach (West Academic).

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