Ellen Yaroshefsky, the Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor of Legal Ethics and executive director of the Monroe H. Freedman Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics, is the author of the chapter “The Mueller Investigation and Legal Ethics” in the forthcoming book The Mueller Investigation and Beyond (Carolina Academic Press), which is due to be released in October.
From the Publisher
The Mueller Investigation and issues emanating from that investigation are at the heart of this book, providing a contextual setting for learning and reviewing materials across the law school curriculum. The book includes cases, essays, and other materials that allow it to be used as a capstone course for classroom discussion in areas of administrative law, civil procedure, counterintelligence and congressional investigative activity, constitutional law, criminal law and procedure, election law, evidence, and professional responsibility.
View more details about the book on the Carolina Academic Press website.