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Charles Frank Reavis Sr. Professor of Law, Emeritus
Books
Modern Legal Ethics (2d ed., forthcoming).
Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers, Student Edition (with John Leubsdorf, Thomas D. Morgan, and Linda S. Mullenix) (Philadelphia: American Law Institute, 2001).
Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers (chief reporter, with John Leubsdorf, Thomas D. Morgan, and Linda S. Mullenix) (Philadelphia, PA: American Law Institute, 2000).
Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers (Philadelphia: The American Law Institute, 1996).
Restatement of the Law, Third, The Law Governing Lawyers (Reporter) (Philadelphia: The American Law Institute, 1989).
Restatement of the Law, The Law Governing Lawyers (Philadelphia: The AmericanLaw Institute, 1988).
Restatement of the Law, Third, The Law Governing Lawyers (Reporter) (Philadelphia: The American Law Institute, 1987).
Practitioner's Edition to Modern Legal Ethics (St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1986).
Student Edition to Modern Legal Ethics (St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1986).
Professional Responsibility: Issues for Minnesota Attorneys (with J. MorrisClark) (Minneapolis: Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 1976).
Contributions to Books
"Multidisciplinary Partnerships in the Law Practice of European and American Lawyers," in Lawyers' Practice and Ideals: A Comparative View 301-350 (Hague; London: Kluwer Law International, John J. Barcelo and Roger C. Cramton, eds. 1999).
"Screening," in Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research (Oxford: Oxford University Press, Roy G. Spece, Jr., David S. Shimm, and Allen E. Buchanan, eds.1996).
"Regulation of the Legal Profession," in Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers Chapter 1 (Preliminary Draft No. 12, May 15, 1996).
"Representing Clients," in Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers Chapter 6A (Preliminary Draft No. 10, May 13, 1994).
"The Substantial-Relationship Concept in Former-Client Conflicts of Interest," in Fiduciary Duties; Conflicts of Interest 163-95 (Winnipeg: s.n., A. MacInnes and B. Hamilton, co-chairs 1994).
"Assisting Clients Outside Litigation," in Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers Chapter 7 (Preliminary Draft No. 8; August 14, 1992).
"Lawyers and Advocacy," in Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers Chapter 6 (Preliminary Draft No. 7; August 8, 1991 -- Council Draft No. 9; November 16, 1992).
"Mapping the Minefield--The Applicable Ethics Rules and Conflicting Duties," in The Attorney-Client Relationship After Kaye-Scholer 53-78 (New York: Practising Law Institute, 1992).
"The Uncertain Realm of Former-Client Conflicts," in Legal Ethics 1990: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know 165-72 (New York: Practising Law Institute 1990).
"Foreword," in Law Firm Breakups xv-xviii (Boston: Little, Brown, Robert W. Hillman 1990).
"The Duty of a Lawyer to Represent Clients, Repugnant and Otherwise," in The Good Lawyer (Totowa: Rowman and Allanheld, D. Luban, ed. l984).
Articles
"Ethics 2000 and Conflicts of Interest: The More Things Change…" 70 Tennessee Law Review 27 (2002).
"Comparative Multidisciplinary Practice of Law: Paths Taken and Not Taken," 52 Case Western Reserve Law Review 961-93 (2002).
"Toward a History of the Legalization of American Legal Ethics: The Modern Era," 15 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 205 (2002).
"Expanding State Jurisdiction to Regulate Out-of-State Lawyers," 30 Hofstra Law Review 1015 (2002).
"Lawyer Crimes: Beyond the Law?" 36 Valparaiso University Law Review 73 (2001).
"Toward a History of the Legalization of American Legal Ethics–I. Origins," 8 University of Chicago Law School Roundtable 469-87 (2001).
"The ABA and MDPs: Context, History, and Process," 84 Minnesota Law Review 1625-54 (2000).
"Corporate-Family Conflicts," 2 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 295-366 (1999).
"The Boiling Pot of Lawyer Conflicts in Bankruptcy," 18 Mississippi College Law Review 383-98 (1998).
"Bismarck's Sausages and the ALI's Restatements," 26 Hofstra Law Review 817-34 (1998).
"Inherent Powers in the Crucible of Lawyer Self-Protection: Reflections on the LLP Campaign," 39 South Texas Law Review 359-98 (1998).
"Former-Client Conflicts," 10 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 677-738 (1997).
"Lights, Camera, Litigate: Lawyers and the Media in Canada and the United States," 19 Dalhousie Law Journal 373-410 (1996).
"The Vaporous and the Real in Former-Client Conflicts," 1 Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics 133 (1996).
"Insurance Defense Lawyers and the Restatement: A Reply to Professors Silver and Quinn" (with Thomas D. Morgan), 6 Coverage: ABA Section of Litigation, Committeeon Insurance Coverage Litigation 8-11 (January-February 1996).
"Sneaking Around in the Legal Profession: Interjurisdictional Unauthorized Practice by Transactional Lawyers," 36 South Texas Law Review 665-713 (1995).
"Mass Torts-Messy Ethics," 80 Cornell Law Review 1228-35 (1995).
"Legal Ethics and the Restatement Process - The Sometimes-Uncomfortable Fit," 46 Oklahoma Law Review 13-24 (1993).
"Parts and Wholes: The Integrity of the Model Rules," 6 The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 861-902 (1993).
"Scottsboro Boys in 1991: The Promise of Adequate Criminal Representation Throughthe Years," 1 Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 61-68 (1992).
"The U.S. Law of Client Confidentiality: Framework for an International Perspective," 15 Fordham International Law Journal 529-55 (1992).
"Lawyer Turf and Lawyer Regulation - The Role of the Inherent-Powers Doctrine," 12 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Journal 1-23 (1989-90).
"The Martin Deanship, 1980-88," 15 Cornell Law Forum 2-4 (1988).
"The Concept of a Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers," 1 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 195-212 (1987).
"Legal Process and Social Change in the History of Industrial Accidents," 12 Cornell Law Forum 10-13 (1985).
"The Ethics of Lawyers," 11 Cornell Law Forum 10-14 (1984).
"The Second Set of Players: Lawyers, Fee Shifting, and the Limits of Professional Discipline," 47 Law and Contemporary Problems 201-28 (1984).
"Client Perjury: The Kutak Commission and the Association of Trial Lawyers, Lying Clients, and the Adversary System," 1980 American Bar Foundation Research Journal 964-80 (1980).
"The Code of Professional Responsibility as a Measure of Attorney Liability in Civil Litigation," 30 South Carolina Law Review 281-319 (1979).
"In Memoriam: J. Morris Clark," 63 Minnesota Law Review 764-66 (1979).
"Barriers to Effective Public Participation in Regulation of the Legal Profession," 62 Minnesota Law Review 619-47 (1978).
"Client Perjury," 50 Southern California Law Review 809-79 (1977).
"The Antibiotics Class Actions," 1976 American Bar Foundation Research Journal 251-363 (1976).
"The Constitutional History of the Seventh Amendment," 57 Minnesota Law Review 639-747 (1973).
"Maynard E. Pirsig: Idealism in the Service of Judicial Administration," 54 Minnesota Law Review 908-15 (1970).
"Notes From a Study of the Caseload of the Minnesota Supreme Court: Some Commentsand Statistics on Pressures and Responses," 53 Minnesota Law Review 939-76 (1969).
"Liens and Equity Rules in a Creditor's Application for a Receiver in Texas" (with L.A. Chagra), 40 Texas Law Review 649-64 (1962).
Book Reviews
Review of Katz, Poor People's Lawyers in Transition, 33 Journal of Legal Education 744-45 (1983).
Review of Cound, Friedenthal & Miller, Civil Procedure: Cases and Materials, 21 Journal of Legal Education 355-63 (1969).