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Faculty Scholarships

Author: Ted Schneyer

  • The Lawyer in Modern Society (2d ed. 1976) (co-author, with Vern Countryman & Ted Finman).
Articles in Books
  • Civil Justice and Legal Ethics, in Civil Justice in Arizona:  How Much? For Whom? 145 (Kenney F. Hegland project ed., 1988).
  • The Case for Proactive Management-Based Regulation to Improve Professional Self-Regulation for U.S. Lawyers, 42 Hofstra L. Rev. 233 (2013).
  • “Professionalism” As Pathology:  The ABA’s Latest Policy Debate on Nonlawyer Ownership of Law Practice Entities, 40 Fordham Urb. L.J. 75 (2012).
  • On Further Reflection, How Our System of Professional Self-Regulation Should Promote Compliance with Broad Ethical Duties of Law Firm Management, 53 Ariz. L. Rev. 577 (2011).
  • When Realism and Idealism Collided in Fred Zacharias’s Work on the Purposes and Limitations of Legal Ethics Codes, 48 San Diego L. Rev. 479 (2011).
  • Thoughts on the Compatibility of Recent U.K. and Australian Reforms with U.S. Traditions in Regulating Law Practice, 2009 J. Prof. Law. 13.
  • How Things Have Changed: Contrasting the Regulatory Environments of the Canons and the Model Rules, 2008 J. Prof. Law. 161.
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  • The Organized Bar and the Collaborative Law Movement:  A Study in Professional Change, 50 Ariz. L. Rev. 289 (2008).
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  • The Regulatory Implications of Trends in Law Practice:  Thoughts on the Data Reported in Urban Lawyers, 2006 Prof. Law. 47.
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  • Who Should Define Arizona's Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege?:  Asserting Judicial Independence Through the Power to Regulate the Practice of Law, 48 Ariz. L. Rev. 419 (2006).
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  • An Interpretation of Recent Developments in the Regulation of Law Practice, 30 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 559 (2005).
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  • The Promise and Problematics of Legal Ethics from the Lawyer's Point of View, 16 Yale J.L. & Human. 45 (2004).
  • Regulatory Controls on Large Law Firms:  A Comparative Perspective, 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 593 (2002) (co-author, with Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.).
  • Introduction (Symposium - The Future Structure and Regulation of Law Practice), 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 521 (2002).
  • Empirical Research with a Policy Payoff: Market Dynamics for Lawyers Who Represent Plaintiffs for a Contingent Fee, 80 Tex. L. Rev. 1829 (2002).
  • Reforming Law Practice in the Pursuit of Justice: The Perils of Privileging "Public" Over Professional Values, 70 Fordham L. Rev. 1831 (2002).
  • Reflections on the Changing Concept of "Clienthood" in the Law of Lawyering, 12 Researching Law, Spring 2001, at 1.
  • Multidisciplinary Practice, Professional Regulation, and the Anti-Interference Principle in Legal Ethics, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 1469 (2000).
  • Legal-Process Constraints on the Regulation of Lawyers' Contingent Fee Contracts, 47 DePaul L. Rev. 371 (1998).
  • A Tale of Four Systems: Reflections on How Law Influences the "Ethical Infrastructure" of Law Firms, 39 S. Tex. L. Rev. 245 (1998).
  • Reputational Bonding, Ethics Rules, and Law Firm Structure: The Economist as Storyteller, 84 Va. L. Rev. 1777 (1998).
  • Nostalgia in the Fifth Circuit: Holding the Line on Litigation Conflicts through Federal Common Law, 16 Rev. Litig. 537 (1997).
  • Professional Self-Regulation and Shared-Risk Programs for In Vitro Fertilization, 25 J. L., Med., & Ethics 283 (1997) (co-author, with John A. Robertson).
  • Searching for New "Particles" in the Law of Lawyering: Recent Developments in the Attribution of "Clienthood", 1 J. Inst. Study Legal Ethics 79 (1996).
  • Legal Process Scholarship and the Regulation of Lawyers, 65 Fordham L. Rev. 33 (1996).
  • Fuzzy Models of the Corporate Lawyer as Environmental Compliance Counselor, 74 Or. L. Rev. 99 (1995).
  • From Self-Regulation to Bar Corporatism: What the S&L Crisis Means for the Regulation of Lawyers, 35 S. Tex. L. Rev. 639 (1994).
  • The ALI's Restatement and the ABA's Model Rules: Rivals or Compliments? 46 Okla. L. Rev. 25 (1993).
  • Policymaking and the Perils of Professionalism: The ABA's Ancillary Business Debate as a Case Study, 35 Ariz. L. Rev. 363 (1993).
  • Some Sympathy for the Hired Gun, 41 J. Legal Educ. 11 (1991).
  • Professional Discipline in 2050: A Look Back, 60 Fordham L. Rev. 125 (1991).
  • Professional Discipline for Law Firms? 77 Cornell L. Rev. 1 (1991), reprinted in 42 Def. L.J. 83 (1993).
  • Change and Persistence in the Bar President's Speech, 41 Mercer L. Rev. 581 (1990), reprinted in 41 Mercer L. Rev. 1019 (1990).
  • The Ethics of Coaching Witnesses: Varnished vs. Unvarnished Truth, U. Ariz. L. Rec., Winter 1988-89, at 6.
  • Professionalism as Bar Politics: The Making of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 14 Law & Social Inquiry 677 (1989), reprinted in Lawyer' Ideals/Lawyers' Practices:  Transformations in the American Legal Profession 95 (Robert L. Nelson, David M. Trubek & Rayman L. Solomon eds., 1992).
  • Teaching Legal Ethics to Yuppies, The Bar Examiner, Feb. 1988, at 4.
  • Professionalism and Public Policy: The Case of House Counsel, 2 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 449 (1988), reprinted in Institute for Legal Studies Working Papers Series 3:6 (1988).
  • Getting from "Is" to "Ought" in Legal Ethics, 1986 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 903 (reviewing Kenneth Mann, Defending White-Collar Crime:  A Portrait of Attorneys at Works (1985)).
  • Sunset for the Unified Bar, ABA Bar Leader, Sept.-Oct. 1986, at 20.
  • Professional Responsibility Casebooks and the New Positivism: A Reply to Professor Chemerinsky, 1985 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 943.
  • Moral Philosophy's Standard Misconception of Legal Ethics, 1984 Wis. L. Rev. 1529.
  • The Incoherence of the Unified Bar Concept, 1983 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 1.
  • The Unified Bar: An Historical Perspective, ABA Bar Leader, Nov.-Dec. 1982, at 20.
  • The Role of Bar Association Ethics Opinions in Regulating Lawyer Conduct: A Critique of the Work of the ABA Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, 29 UCLA L. Rev. 67 (1981) (co-author, with Ted Finman).
  • The Model Rules and Problems of Code Interpretation and Enforcement, 1980 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 939.
  • Limited Tenure for Lawyers and the Structure of Lawyer-Client Relations: A Critique of the Lawyer’s Proposed Right to Sue for Wrongful Discharge, 59 Neb. L. Rev. 11 (1980).
  • Mandatory Malpractice Insurance for Lawyers in Wisconsin--And Elsewhere, 1979 Wis. L. Rev. 1019.
  • Uncharitable Thoughts on Mandatory Pro Bono: Internal Subsidy, External Subsidy, and Professional Ideology as Ways to Affect the Market for Legal Services, Law & Society Assn. Meeting, Minneapolis, Minn. (May 18, 1978) (unpublished manuscript).
  • Thinking about the Rationale for Continued Public-Interest Law Activity in the Communications Field, in The Public-Interest Media Reform Movement 1 (Theodore J. Schneyer & Frank Lloyd eds., 1977).
  • An Overview of Public Interest Law Activity in the Communications Field, 1977 Wis. L. Rev. 619.
  • Informed Consent and the Danger of Bias in the Formation of Professional Disclosure Practices, 1976 Wis. L. Rev. 124.
  • Administrative Responsibility in Swedish Public Enterprise: The Problem of Complex Goals, 14 Scandinavian Stud. L. 1969 (1970).
Other Writings
  • Legal Professionalism, in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences 8663 (Neil J. Smelser & Paul B. Baltes eds., 2001).
  • Book Review, 73 Wis. Law. 26 (2000) (reviewing Herbert M. Kritzer, Legal Advocacy:  Lawyers and Nonlawyers at Work (1998)).
  • My Kind of Philosopher: A Lawyer's Appreciation of Joel Feinberg, 37 Ariz. L. Rev. 10 (1995).
  • Discipline Law Firms, Not Just Lawyers, N.J. L.J., Aug. 17, 1992, at 15.
  • Now is the Time to Impose Firm Discipline, Legal Times, Aug. 17, 1992, at 26.
  • Uniting the Balkans: Wolfram on Legal Ethics, 37 J. Legal Educ. 434 (1987) (reviewing Charles W. Wolfram, Modern Legal Ethics (1986)).
  • Professional Responsibilities: A Required Course at U.W. Law School, 57 Wis. B. Bull., June 1984, at 30.
  • Problems in the Cost-Benefit Analysis of Marijuana Legislation, 24 Stan. L. Rev. 200 (1971) (reviewing John Kaplan, Marijuana--The New Prohibition (1970)).

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