An email by an Australian law firm leader apologizing to staff after a senior partner had agreed to represent a politician accused of an historic rape has cast light on the question of how often law firms ever turn down clients on ethical or moral grounds.
Firms rarely publicly discuss or acknowledge the issue, and generally do not disclose what policies, if any, they have regarding the ethics of a clients’ action.
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