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Legal Research Guides by Course - Professional Responsibility

Course Description:

The course consists of a careful archaeology of the Model Rules of professional Conduct.  These rules are designed to make for what has been called a professionally safe lawyer.  These rules regulating the conduct of the lawyer are considered in terms of the duties owing to clients, the courts, society, third parties, and other lawyers.  In addition, the course will address the deeper issues of the stresses and strains of lawyering under the pressures of technological capitalism and how to sustain personhood in such times.  In this portion of the course one will be engaged in working out one’s own self-understanding and identity professionally, historically and psychologically.  (3 credits)  Required Course

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KF305-KF310   Legal Ethics and Legal Etiquette
KFP76.5   Pennsylvania Legal Ethics – Discipline - Disbarment

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