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Monday, October 22, 2007

Luban on legal ethics and human dignity

I'm a little late noticing, but I see, over at "Balkinization", that my legal-ethics teacher, David Luban, has a new book out, "Legal Ethics and Human Dignity."  Here is his post, introducing the book.  I'm really looking forward to reading it.  (David was not only a caring and challenging teacher, he also introduced me, during my second year of law school, to the inspiring legal-ethics work of my current colleague, Tom Shaffer.)  Any reviews from Prawfsblawg readers?

Posted by Rick Garnett on October 22, 2007 at 10:31 AM in Rick Garnett | Permalink


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