By Timothy Froese.
Article written by Elaine Doyle, Jane Frecknall Hughes and Barbara Summers. Can be purchased.
By Lillian Corbin.
Let sleeping Lawyers lie: Organized Crime, Lawyers and the Regulation of Legal Services by David Middleton and Michael Levi.
An address delivered May 4, 1905, at Phillips Brooks House, before the Harvard Ethical Society.
By Peter R. Jarvis and Katie M. Lachter.
Article by Kate Beioley for The Lawyer.
A paper by Dr. Roger Miles (Sign in or register to access the free paper).
By David Kershaw and Richard Moorhead.
By Tabby Kinder for The Lawyer.
By Professor Christian Johnson, SJ Quinney College of Law. Powerpoint download link.
By Tracey Calvert.
Paper by Milton C. Regan, Georgetown University Law Center.
Article from The Lawyer.
By Richard Moorhead.
Article written by Steven Vaughan and Emma Oakley.
Key Excerpts from Article first published on website of The Guardian.
First Report of the Work and Pensions Committee and Fourth Report of the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee of Session 2016–17.
Research from the UCL Centre for Ethics & Law has found that lawyers at big corporations are routinely asked to compromise their ethical standards.
Learn how increased professionalism and ethics can differentiate you and your business.
Written by Rob Lewis.
Lord Neuberger, 15 June 2016.
The relationships between in-house lawyers’ role, professional orientations, team cultures, organisational pressures, ethical infrastructure and ethical inclination.
Article written by Brian S. Faughnan & Douglas R. Richmond.
By Will Frank.
Draft. By Richard Moorhead.
By Christopher J. Whelan.
By Maryam Kouchaki Nejad Eramsadati.
By Joan C. Rogers.
By Lawrence J. Fox, Nancy McCready Higgins and Donald B. Hilliker. Purchase from LexisNexis.
By Dr. Steven Vaughan.
By Michael Cross.
By Milton C. Regan, Georgetown University Law Center.
By Rutheford B. Campbell Jr. and Eugene R. Gaetke.
Stanford Law Review, The Market for bad Legal Advice: Academic professional responsibility consulting as an example. PDF download.
University of Birmingham research report.
Published in the Times 24 January 2013.