It is an act of hubris for me to comment- on Professor Gillers' arguments. However, there are two aspects of his position which I feel compelled to discuss. The first is the deceptive complexity of his basic question: "Can a good lawyer be a bad person?" The second is whether the challenge of being a "good person" presents the zealous lawyer with a Hobson's Choice: the need to satisfy more than one master.
Brown, Raymond M.
"The Good Person Question: Valid Query or Hobson's Choice,"
Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics: Vol. 2
, Article 15.
Available at: http://scholarlycommons.law.hofstra.edu/jisle/vol2/iss1/15