- Does Luban see any problems with the way that Fuller’s eight virtues direct professional ethics?
- In describing the lawyer of character as ‘the lawyer-statesman,’ does Kronman suggest that the good lawyer must necessarily be involved in politics? If not, what is the connection between law and politics that, according to Kronman, makes the description ‘lawyer-statesman’ an appropriate one?
- According to Kronman, what is the virtue that is central to being a good lawyer? Why? How is that needed, or developed, in legal practice?
- What are Mortensen’s concerns about ‘the ethics of care? About the ‘lawyer as a friend?’
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