Rethinking the Public-Private Distinction in Legal Ethics: The Case of “Substitute” Attorneys General

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Title: Rethinking the Public-Private Distinction in Legal Ethics: The Case of “Substitute” Attorneys General
Author: Wilkins, David B.
Citation: David B. Wilkins, Rethinking the Public-Private Distinction in Legal Ethics: The Case of “Substitute” Attorneys General, 2010 Michigan State Law Review 423 (2010).
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