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Center for Professional Responsibility - American Bar Association

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Articles on Technology, Marketing and Ethics


  • DeGraw & Burton, Lawyer Discipline and "Disclosure Advertising": Towards a New Ethos, Vol. 72, No. 2 North Carolina Law Review 351 (January 1994)
  • Zacharias, What Lawyers Do When Nobody's Watching: Legal Advertising as a Case Study of the Impact of Underenforced Professional Rules, Vol. 87, No. 3 Iowa Law Review 971 (March 2002)
  • A Lawyer's Guide for Internet Marketing: Navigating Ethical Requirements for Advertising and Communicating Online, by David M. Adler, CBA Record, October 2002.
  • Attorney Liability for Internet Related Activity, Jett Hanna, Texas Lawyers' Insurance Exchange 2000, April 4, 2000.
  • How do Advertising Rules Apply to Lawyers on the 'Net?, by Joan C. Rogers, ABA/BNA Lawyers Manual on Professional Conduct, Feb. 21, 1996.
  • Kirkey, Legal Ethics in Cyberspace: Keeping Lawyers and Their Computers Out of Trouble, 18 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 37 (2001)
  • Vanessa S. Browne-Barbour, Lawyer and Law Firm Web Pages as Advertising: Proposed Guidelines, 28 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 275 (2002).
  • Michael H. Hoeflich, Legal Services and Advertising in Cyberspace, 70-MAY Journal of the Kansas Bar Association 20 (May 2001)


  • Arkansas: Judith Kilpatrick, Arkansas' Amended Advertising Rules, Solicitation, and the Internet, 2000 Arkansas Law Notes 39 (2000).
  • Louisiana: Louisiana Lawyers on the World Wide Web, by Judy Perry Martinez, Louisiana Bar Journal, Aug. 1999.