Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Top Ten Papers - Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Posted by Jeff Lipshaw

We have a new number one (because of SSRN's policy of rolling off the papers after 60 days), and new papers moving into the top ten at numbers 3 and 7.  The current top ten downloaded papers as reported by SSRN for its Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility Journal, as of October 10, 2006:

1 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Readiness for Rehabilitation David B. Wexler, University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law

2 Politics, Office Politics, and Legal Ethics: A Case Study in the Strategy of Judgment David McGowan, University of San Diego - School of Law

Southwest Airlines:  Hedging and Shareholder Value  Michael R. Ingrassia, Georgetown Law Center, Victor Fleischer, University of Colorado School of Law

4 Judicial Ethics, the Appearance of Impropriety, and the Proposed New ABA Judicial Code Ronald D. Rotunda, George Mason University - School of Law

5 I Can Tell When You're Telling Lies: Metadata in Litigation and Transactional Practice David C. Hricik, Mercer University - Walter F. George School of Law

6 The Images of Lawyers Fred C. Zacharias, University of San Diego - School of Law

7 Plato, Hegel, and Democracy, Thom Brooks, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

8 Judicial Opinions as Minefields of Misinformation: Antecedents, Consequences and Remedies Jacob Jacoby, New York University - Department of Marketing

9 Ethics and Corporate Responsibility Marina Ricci, Valparaiso University School of Law

10 Legal Hazard: Corporate Crime, Advancement of Executives' Defense Costs, and the Federal Courts Peter Margulies, Roger Williams University School of Law

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