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Authors

Randy Lee

Abstract

This article examines the life of Bob Dylan and how his views can be used to improve legal ethics. Bob Dylan's views are applied to the legal ethics issues faced by the juvenile justice system in Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania’s Interbranch Commission on Juvenile Justice's call "to get serious" about legal ethics. "If we are, however, to get serious about legal ethics, then we will first have to see if we can “make any sense of it,” “pull it apart,” and see if any of it can fit back together in a meaningful way, in other words, do the kind of stuff to legal ethics that Dylan has been doing to the parts of life that matter for almost half a century."

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