I was pleased to be asked to write about teaching professional responsibility in law school. Ten years and sixteen classes of professional responsibility have allowed me to form many views. The following is organized in a variation of the journalist's standard five questions (who, what, when, where, and how). I consider WHAT to teach in professional responsibility courses, WHO should teach them, WHEN to teach the subject, HOW to teach it, and WHY it is hard to do.
Leah Wortham, Teaching Professional Responsibility in Law School, DEL. LAW., Winter 1993, at 18.