Exactly when, and why, must lawyers stay buttoned up and when are they permitted -- maybe even morally obligated -- to be critical of the environment in which they work? Joel Cohen and Katherine A. Helm examine the potential collision of confidentiality, criticism and civility and the impact on lawyers' ethical and professional duties to their clients, fellow legal practitioners and the practice of law as a whole.
The Propriety of Criticizing Judges
Special to Law.com
October 5, 2009