Disc 1. Introduction ; How does the bar regulate attorneys ; Who regulates ; Who may practice law in a state ; The bar has a duty to prevent unauthorized practice of law ; How can the bar ensure compliance with its rules ; How is the formation and ending of the attorney-client relationship regulated ; What is the attorney's duty to accept representation ; What is the attorney's duty to reject representation ; When must an attorney withdraw from representation ; What are the attorney's duties to the client ; Duty to avoid conflicts of interest -- Disc 2. Duty to avoid conflict of interest (cont.) ; Duty of competence ; Duty to follow client's instructions ; Duty to protect client confidence ; Duty to prevent abuse of the system ; Duty of candor to a tribunal ; Fairness to opposing party ; Trial tactics ; Voluntary pro bono work ; Attorney as advisor ; Permissable nature of [communications] -- Disc 3. How should the legal market for services be regulated ; Advertising and solicitation ; How may the practice of law be structured ; Fees ; What is the attorney's duty to protect the client's money or property ; What are the ethical standards for judges ; When are judges disqualified ; What conduct while serving as a judge is appropriate ; What off-the-bench conduct by judges is appropriate ; What political activities by judges or judicial candidates are permissible.
Title from disc label. "Law school legends on audio CD"--Container.
Accompanying supplement CD-ROM contains a 20-page handout.