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Ethics in Court Papers

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An entertaining and informative look at real cases in which lawyers got into trouble for misquoting, exceeding the page limit, failing to cite, plagiarizing, and just plain poor writing. 
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1. Ethics in Court Papers (Mar 2015)

Wayne Schiess

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Ethics in Court Papers (Mar 2015)

An entertaining and informative look at real cases in which lawyers got into trouble for misquoting, exceeding the page limit, failing to cite, plagiarizing, and just plain poor writing. 

Originally presented at: Feb 2015 School Law Conference

Wayne Schiess, The University of Texas School of Law - Austin, TX