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Why Are There So Few Black Lawyers in Corporate Law Firms An Institutional Analysis
(California Law Review Inc., 1996)
Who Should Regulate Lawyers?
(The Harvard Law Review Association, 1992)
Legal Realism for Lawyers
(The Harvard Law Review Association, 1990)
In this Article, Professor Wilkins argues that the traditional model of legal ethics is premised on formalist assumptions about the constraining power of legal rules. Specifically, that model assumes that "the bounds of ...