Cornell Law Review Volume 93 Issue 6

The Human Dignity of Clients

David Luban is a giant in legal ethics. His 1983 collection of essays, The Good Lawyer, was instrumental in formulating the theoretical framework of what was then an emerging field of legal ethics. In Legal Ethics and Human Dignity, a new volume of essays published twenty-five years later, Luban employs his characteristic blend of analysis, insight, and grace to push theoretical legal ethics into new frontiers that  draw on jurisprudential theory, social psychology, and a unifying theme of human dignity.


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