Professional Responsibility - General – 6661

This course examines the ethical issues that lawyers confront in diverse areas of practice. The primary focus will be on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct and state law. Students will also explore a broader set of ethical questions including how attorney ethics are defined, how they are depicted in pop culture, and what type of conduct lawyers should aspire to in their practice. The course will also consider strategies for reconciling personal values, the law, and the rules of lawyering.

Course Equivalency

Students may NOT earn credit if LAW 6662 PR-Business, LAW 6663 PR-Civil Trial Lawyer, LAW 6664 PR-Criminal Law Ethics, LAW 6665 PR-Government, or LAW 6667 PR-Legal Malpractice was previously completed.

Graduation Requirements
Professional Responsibility
Subject Area
Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
Professional Responsibility
Student Year
Upper Division
Grade base
A - F
Course type