The following attorneys are all notable for their work in the field of Judicial Ethics.
After more than three decades of intensive work in the field – as a litigator, educator, author, consultant and expert witness – it is fair to say that Richard E. Flamm has become a prominent figure in the field of legal and judicial ethics. Professor Flamm is the author of the nations leading treatise on Judicial Disqualification – Judicial Disqualification: recusal and disqualification of judges.
Charles Wolfram is a distinguished scholar in the field of legal ethics and professional responsibility.
Professor Geyh teaches and writes in the areas of judicial conduct, ethics, procedure, independence, accountability and administration.
James is widely published in the field of judicial ethics and is co-author of Judicial Conduct and Ethics.
Steven Lubet is the Edna B. and Ednyfed H. Williams Memorial Professor of Law. As Director of the Law School’s award winning Bartlit Center on Trial Advocacy, he teaches courses on Legal Ethics, Trial Advocacy, Lawyer Memoirs, and Narrative Structures.