Canons of Professional Ethics

Canons of Professional Ethics
The rules and principles adopted by the American Bar Association for the guidance of lawyers in reference to their duties and standard of conduct in litigation and all the relations of professional life. Am J2d Desk Book, Document 91; rules and principles prescribing ethical standards for lawyers adopted by local or state bar associations.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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