Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics


Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics

Description: The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics was founded in
1987 by Father Robert Drinan. He dedicated his career to many human
rights interests and legal causes, including the elevation of the
stature of legal ethics as a discipline and in practice. The Journal,
through its four annual issues and featured symposia, aspires to serve
as the main forum for the discussion and development of the most
compelling and pertinent issues currently affecting both the Bench and
the Bar. The Journal strives to publish cutting edge articles on
ethical issues, facilitate symposia that include legal scholars,
attorneys from diverse practice areas, judges, and social scientists.

Language: English

Country: United States

Publisher: Georgetown

Frequency: Quarterly

Fee information current as of 16 April 2013

Open Access: No

Subscription fee or article fee: Yes

Publication fee for authors: No

Abstracts: No

Abstracts language:

P-ISSN: 1041-5548



Start year: 2004

Keywords: Legal Ethics

Subject: Law

Date posted: 16 April 2013

Open Access: 
Original posting date: 
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
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