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Ethical Issues in Pro Bono Representation 2012
Bruce A. Green
Ethics/Professional Responsibility, Pro Bono
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The Attorney-Client Relationship: Beginning and Ending the Relationship and Determining the Scope of Representation
Chapter 2. Client Identity and Third Party Involvement
Chapter 3. Client Misconduct
Chapter 4. Contact with Unrepresented Parties and Diminished Capacity
Chapter 5. Ethical Issues Faced by Firm and In-House Counsel Undertaking Pro Bono Activities
Chapter 6. Part 1200—New York Rules of Professional Conduct (Selected Excerpts)
Chapter 7. Letters of Engagement Rules
Chapter 8. Sample Retainer/Letter of Engagement
Chapter 9. New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics Opinions
Chapter 10. Ethics Opinion 321 (2003): Communications Between Domestic Violence Petitioner and Counsel for Respondent in a Privately Litigated Proceeding for Criminal Contempt
Chapter 11. 2009 Formal Ethics Opinion 12 (2010): Preparation of Documents for Unrepresented Adverse Party
Chapter 12. Ethics Opinion 05–07 (2005): Non-Client Spouse; Indemnity; Conflict; Joint Representation
Chapter 13. Ethics Opinion 011115
Chapter 14. Opinion No. 09–06
Chapter 15. Attorney Q. v. Mississippi State Bar, 587 SO. 2D 228 (1991)
Chapter 16. In Re Jensen, 191 P. 3D 1118, 286 Kan. 1160 (2008)
Chapter 17. Ethical Considerations in Pro Bono Representation
Chapter 18. Client Identity and Third Party Involvement (The Elder Law Prospective) (Powerpoint Slides)
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