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Ethics and Legal Aid

The Beginning of a Discussion

By Richard P. Weishaupt

Legal aid lawyers’’ ethical issues are different from those of private attorneys. This first installment of a column discussing ethics in the poverty law context shows, for example, how overly rigid adherence to conflict-of-interest rules can serve clients poorly.

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