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The authors and moderator David Luban participated in a plenary session of the International Legal Ethics Conference IV, held at Stanford. Each author answered and discussed questions arising from short papers they had written about the principal concern of legal ethics was the morality of lawyers, the morality of clients, or the morality of laws?
Those papers, which are to be published in Legal Ethics, are compiled here, along with the question and background information with which the panelists were provided.
Alice Woolley, W. Bradley Wendel, William H. Simon, Stephen Pepper, Daniel Markovitz, Katherine R. Kruse & Tim Dare,
Philosophical Legal Ethics: Ethics, Morals, and Jurisprudence,
Legal Ethics, Vol. 13, p. 200, 2010; UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 10-21; Stanford Public Law Working Paper No. 1646558; Yale Law School Public Law Working Paper No. 212
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