Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, Vol. 15, p. 143, 2001
13 Pages Posted: 15 Jul 2008
Date Written: 2001
Rhode's book, In the Interests of Justice, seeks to educate and reform the bar. She reveals the truth about modern legal practice, and carefully evaluates the lawyer's role in promoting or confounding justice. Her work should provoke a broader examination of how lawyers view the law they administer, and the manner in which it infuses moral accountability into the lawyer's work.
Keywords: Plato, Rhetoric, Partisanship, Moral Values, Confidentiality, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Unbundled Legal Services, Zealous Representation, Role
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Martyn, Susan R., Book Review: Rhode's Reforms (2001). Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, Vol. 15, p. 143, 2001. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1159995