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A Modern Legal Ethics:
Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age
Daniel Markovits

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"This book addresses both lawyers interested in moral theory and philosophers interested in what lawyers do. The author pulls off the remarkable feat of making law accessible to nonlawyers and philosophy accessible to nonphilosophers--without dumbing down either discourse. Scrupulous and balanced, this book is a real and substantial contribution to the field."--Brad Wendel, Cornell University

"A Modern Legal Ethics argues at a high level of philosophical sophistication and rigor, while at the same time being well-grounded in legal literature. This book may be the best philosophical defense there is of a distinctly lawyers' ethics."--Frederick Schauer, Harvard University

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