Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-1999

Abstract

The idea of professional success,especially in the elite legal profession, as being closely linked to community or having corresponding value to the community has directly affected my view of individual lawyering. Excerpts reprinted in: Social Justice: Professionals, Communities and Law, 11 (Mahoney, Calmore, Wildman, eds., 2003); Lawyers Ethics and The Pursuit of Social Justice and Ethics 201 (Susan D. Carle, ed., 2005); Clinical Anthology, Readings for Live-Client Clinics, (2d Ed., A.J. Hurder, et al., eds., 2011).

Publication Title

Clinical Law Review

Volume

5

First Page

557

Comments

Reprintedin 24 Am. Indian L. Rev. 229 (1999-2000).

Excerpts reprinted in:

  • Social Justice: Professionals, Communities and Law, 11 (Mahoney, Calmore, Wildman, eds., 2003)
  • Lawyer’s Ethics and The Pursuit of Social Justice and Ethics 201 (Susan D. Carle, ed., 2005).
  • Clinical Anthology, Readings for Live-Client Clinics, (2d Ed., A.J. Hurder, et al., eds., 2011).

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