Professor of Law at Tulane University, coauthor of the three-volume treatise Federal Standards of Review, series editor for the Legal Legends Series at Quid Pro Books, and publishing director of quality books at quidprobooks.com.
Current important events in the legal profession and legal ethics, with useful analysis of the rules and the profession's current challenges, are analyzed by Tulane law students from a seminar. The contents of the volume include a Foreword by Professor Childress and extensive chapters on such topics as automation, drug abuse, China, prosecutor abuse, the no-contact rule, and corporate conflicts.
Decoded, demythed rendition of Holmes' classic study of law and judicial development of rules. "The life of the law has not been logic: it has been experience." Includes 2010 Foreword; extensive, clear annotations by a Tulane law professor woven into The Common Law; footnotes with real numbers; and original page cites. Care in detail, proofreading, notes, and formatting, unlike any version made.
Current important events in legal ethics, with up-to-the-minute research, are explored by Tulane students and a legal ethics professor in his Foreword. Purchase of this book benefits Tulane PILF, a nonprofit student group which funds public interest and indigent client representations. Topics include social networking and ads; judicial bias and Caperton; ancillary businesses; and negotiations.