Ethical Issues in Appellate CourtsLouisiana Appellate Workshop: Real-World Tactics (National Business Institute) (2013)
The rules of ethics governing the work of lawyers in state and federal appellate courts in Louisiana derive from the Louisiana Rules of Professional Conduct in general, and from select articles and rules in the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure, the Louisiana Uniform Rules of the Courts of Appeal, the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, and the U.S. Fifth Circuit Rules. This article explores some of the ethical issues implicated by the application of these rules to the handling of appeals.
Citation InformationJack E Morris. "Ethical Issues in Appellate Courts" Louisiana Appellate Workshop: Real-World Tactics (National Business Institute) (2013)
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