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6 Aug 2012, 10:17 am by Cynthia Godsoe
 (To name just a few: the recent flap over King & Spalding's withdrawal from representing the House of Representatives in the DOMA litigation (see here for Paul Clement's resultant resignation from the firm); the debate between Monroe Freedman and Michael Tigar over the latter's representation of Nazi John Demjanjuk (outlined in the appendix to Freedman's book, Understanding Lawyers’ Ethics, App. [read post]
2 Apr 2014, 6:27 am by Joe Consumer
Renowned legal ethics expert Monroe Freedman said, “The opinion therefore confirms that Feinberg has been engaging in unethical conduct that has been misleading claimants and posing a serious threat to the administration of justice. [read post]
3 Mar 2009, 6:03 pm
  The easiest solution is the one that Monroe Freedman mentioned in his comment to this post: rule that judicial elections themselves are a violation of due process. [read post]
2 Dec 2008, 12:10 am
  Thus, Professor Monroe Freedman has opined that "Civility [in the context of litigation tactics] is simply a euphemism for the old boy network, for covering up for each other. [read post]
23 Jun 2014, 6:56 am by Jeanine Cali
Davis, professor of law at American University’s Washington College of Law; Monroe Freedman, a professor of law and former dean at the Maurice A. [read post]
19 Mar 2008, 7:42 pm
Hofstra law professor Monroe Freedman thinks it should be. [read post]
15 Feb 2009, 8:54 am
  You can also find some  commentary  in favor of  screening in David McGowan's post and arguments against it in Monroe Freedman's post. [read post]
19 Jul 2014, 12:00 am
I was reminded of all this the other day reading a wonderful book edited by Abbe Smith and Monroe Freedman, "How Can You Represent Those People? [read post]
19 Jul 2014, 12:00 am
I was reminded of all this the other day reading a wonderful book edited by Abbe Smith and Monroe Freedman, "How Can You Represent Those People? [read post]
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. [read post]
31 Jul 2013, 12:47 pm by Fredrick Vars
Babe Howell Karen Pita Loor Karen Sanders Karena Rahall Katherine Goldwasser Kenneth Simons Kent Moston Kerry Hultquist Kevin McElroy Kimberly Bailey LaJuana Davis Larry Allred Laura Appelman Laura Oren Lauren Carasik Lawrence Marshall Linda Keller Lynne Henderson Margaret Fisher Margery Koosed Marianne Artusio Mario Machado Marjorie Cohn Marjorie Silver Martin Garvey Mary Berkheiser Mary Sue Backus Matt Henry Melinda Branscomb Meredith Duncan Michael Benza Michael Lahammer Michael Mannheimer… [read post]
24 May 2010, 8:13 am by Steve Hall
Moritz College of Law and ethics scholar Monroe Freedman of Hofstra University School of Law said Bright's distinction is an important and valid one. [read post]
25 Mar 2008, 7:57 am
They've also been discussing the issue over at the WSJ law blog, where they quote defense attorney Benjamin Brafman's rapidly disproved boast that his client Mel Weiss "will be fully exonerated," as well as Monroe Freedman, the Hofstra legal ethicist and regular antipode of views expressed on this site, who says that generally speaking, he doesn't see problems with a lawyer making aggressive statements to the press in defense of his client. [read post]
9 Mar 2008, 7:47 pm
  As the comments after Monroe's post explain, there are some potential problems with the Massachusetts provision, including the level of knowledge that lawyers should have before disclosing, but the benefits of such an exception probably outweigh the costs. [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]
14 Aug 2007, 6:19 am
Hofstra University law professor Monroe Freedman, who reviewed a copy of the transcript, said: "I have no sympathy for these lawyers, but there is only one purpose for pretrial detention, and that is to make sure defendants will appear again, not to make an example of them for image purposes. [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]
28 Oct 2006, 2:52 am
I salute Monroe Freedman for this advice. [read post]