In this Article, I address three aspects of the special and evolving nature of lawyer ethics codes in order to acknowledge the important contributions of Professor Zacharias. As I hope to show, Professor Zacharias’s publications present a far more complex and nuanced view of the task of drafting lawyer ethics codes than either the Commission or I had contemplated. Although there was not much time then to further address these more theoretical concerns, I am confident that we would have benefitted enormously from a deeper exploration of his scholarship in this area.
Nancy J. Moore,
The Complexities of Lawyer Ethics Code Drafting: The Contributions of Professor Fred Zacharias,
San Diego L. Rev.
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