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25 May 2012, 1:46 pm by Patrick S. O'Donnell
* Keep in mind that “even grossly incompetent lawyering,” as Monroe Freedman reminds us, “is not enough to establish ineffective counsel,” and that the current criminal justice system—especially for poor people—is, in Freedman’s pithy characterization, “unethical, unconstitutional, and intolerably cruel.”Monroe Freedman: “I agree with Patrick about the evils of plea bargaining, which are heightened by prosecutors’ overcharging for… [read post]
25 Apr 2012, 6:33 am by John Steele
George Conk, at Otherwise, alerted us to an editorial (behind a paywall) at NLJ that cites Monre Freedman's blog post. [read post]
12 Mar 2012, 8:13 am by Ronald Collins
In December 1833, the American Monthly Review commented on a newly published book by Joseph Story.   [read post]
21 Nov 2011, 4:43 am by Monroe Freedman
(A plume is a ballpoint pen that says, "Excellent job -- Monroe Freedman" and has the scales of justice on it.)  [read post]
18 Nov 2011, 10:15 am by John Steele
As I had noted in the previous post by Monroe Freedman, I don't believe that Justice Kagan's email provided grounds for recusal. [read post]
4 Nov 2011, 5:52 am by Kevin Russell
Reply Monroe Freedman – I don’t see any difference in First Amendment terms between a law professor blogging to influence a pending case, and a N.Y. [read post]
19 Oct 2011, 3:24 pm by Gritsforbreakfast
Hardwick, a regular consultant and expert witness on legal and judicial ethics in Texas, and Monroe H. [read post]
12 Oct 2011, 8:23 am by Brad Wendel
Susan Fortney asked me to post the following notice, reporting a well deserved honor for our own Monroe Freedman: Congratulations to Professor Monroe Freedman on his most recent well-deserved recognition. [read post]
7 Aug 2011, 8:26 pm by Patrick S. O'Donnell
For a critique from the perspective of what purports to be a more accurate account of such a “theory,” see the student Note, “This is Real Hip-Hop…,” from the Georgetown Law Journal, 99.4 (2011): 1179-1225.[2] Keeping in mind that even “grossly incompetent lawyering,” as Monroe Freedman says, “is not enough to establish ineffective counsel.” [read post]
15 Jun 2011, 12:14 am by John Steele
UPDATE: In the comments, Monroe Freedman points us to this New York Times article, written by Joanna Schwartz of UCLA, about the $500 in settlements and judgments that New York City has had to pay out to settle claims related to police conduct.  [read post]
2 Jun 2011, 9:10 am by John Steele
We're fortunate to have Steve as a co-blogger and I should also mention that co-blogger Monroe Freedman received the award as well. [read post]
25 Apr 2011, 7:41 pm by Andrew Perlman
It's essentially the argument that was at the center of the famous Freedman-Tigar debate, which Monroe describes in his book with Abbe Smith and which Brad Wendel describes in this excellent article.  [read post]
9 Mar 2011, 4:52 pm by Andrew Perlman
The list of past winners reads like a legal ethics Hall of Fame and includes another co-blogger, Monroe Freedman.  [read post]
10 Feb 2011, 8:39 am by Monroe Freedman
A court could invalidate the agreements or allow them to be renegotiated if claimants can prove there was deception on the part of the fund, said Monroe Freedman, a professor at Hofstra University School of Law and contributor to the Legal Ethics Forum, a popular legal blog. [read post]
4 Feb 2011, 8:21 am by Joe Consumer
Earlier, Monroe Freedman discussed the wide-ranging implications of the BP and Feinberg set up: The BP-Feinberg matter raises an issue that goes well beyond that case. [read post]
3 Feb 2011, 10:37 am by Joe Consumer
The tens of thousands of suffering residents in the Gulf deserved better than this, as repeatedly pointed out by legal ethics pioneer Monroe Freedman. [read post]
25 Jan 2011, 2:47 pm by Andrew Perlman
In a December post that I just saw Monroe Freedman considers it an objection to my argument (among many) that it implies that the lawyer should make the disclosure without telling the client.  [read post]