Two of the nation's most controversial presidents, Nixon and Clinton, were both lawyers, and both of them had ethics-related problems while in office. This essay reviews whether any model ethics rules force lawyer-presidents to behave at a higher standard than non-lawyer-presidents; then it discusses the implications for legal education if we really do want lawyers to go above and beyond the norm of behavior.
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Rapoport, Nancy B., "Presidential Ethics: Should a Law Degree Make a Difference?" (2001). Scholarly Works. 140.