An exceptionally popular casebook, Regulation of Lawyers is a sophisticated, lively mix of up-to-date materials, realistic problems and relevant examples that covers the full range of professional responsibility issues. Author Gillers goes ""beyond the rules"" to get at the subtle differences between proper and improper conduct in the real world. Drawing from an excellent selection of case law, legal literature, challenging notes and examples from current headlines, this accessible text helps students understand the rules, regulations and code of ethics that will govern their professional behavior. The Ninth Editionhas been updated to include current case law on a variety of topics, including the Due Process Clause, ethical and legal obligations of prosecutors and denial of privilege for in-house counsel in the EU. It also addresses a range of new issues such as the ethics of outsourcing legal work, the use of social media, and the effects of technology and cross-border practice on traditional models of regulation. This edition is also shorter than the previous edition, enhancing teachability without sacrificing clarity or its comprehensive scope.