Abstract

The attitude of the courts and the practitioners is in a state of change, recognizing instances where group-practice is necessary and proper. Professor Swindler asserts that the Canons of Ethics must be revised to indicate the acceptance by the legal profession of such group-practice, particularly if the indigent and low-income client is to be served properly. Suggested revisions to the applicable Canons reflect the author's opinion.

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27 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 795-817 (1966)

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