Part I of this Article sets the stage by contrasting two alternative proposals to reform the inside lawyer's role—my reform and Hamermesh's counterreform. Part II discusses the primary empirical disagreements between the two approaches. Part III interrogates the propriety and the utility of invoking the “lawyer as friend” analogy as a model to guide inside counsel's relationships with managers.
Sung Hui Kim,
Inside Lawyers: Friends or Gatekeepers?,
84 Fordham L. Rev. 1867
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