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65 Tex. L. Rev. 963


Most of what American lawyers and law professors call legal ethics is not ethics. Legal ethics has come to be rules that appeal to sanction, and not the lawyer’s conscience. This Article analyzes the ethical quandary arising from modern ethics, and presents an assessment of the ethics of radical individualism in terms of the religious tradition’s influence on legal ethics.



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