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Charles Frank Reavis Sr. Professor of Law, Emeritus
"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).
"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 Concept of a Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers," 1 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 195-212 (1987).
"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).