Villanova Law Review
Villanova Law Review dedicated its 1981 Symposium to a discussion of legal ethics. Robert McKay, a member of the American Bar Association's Kutak Commission, which drafted the ABA sponsored Model Rules, presented that group's ideas. Monroe Freedman, the Reporter for the Roscoe Pound-American Trial Lawyer's Foundation Commission on Professional Ethics championed the ATLA's cause. Allen B. Zerfoss, Chief Disciplinary Counsel for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and Chairman of the National Organization of Bar Counsel, presented the NOBC's report and views. Completing the panel was Alexander Unkovic, former Chairman of the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, who discussed the practical considerations involved in administering any code of ethics.
Monroe H. Freedman, Robert McKay, Allen B. Zerfoss, Alexander Unkovic, and Mary Joe Frug,
Symposium Proceedings--Fifteenth Annual Symposium: Legal Ethics: Ideas in Conflict, 26 Vill. L. Rev. 1197 (1980-1981)
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