When Legal Ethics in the Practice of Law was first published in 1995, it was believed to be the first core-course law school text written by practicing lawyers. It took a practice-oriented, problem-infused approach to the discipline of legal ethics, covering subjects that had not been part of the regular PR curriculum. Today, in its fifth edition, this text continues to break new ground and includes specialized manuals specifically designed for clinical professors and externship teachers.
The 2019 edition of Legal Ethics: Rules, Statutes, and Comparisons can be used as a supplement to the casebook.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.