MORGAN, THOMAS



BOOKS


Cases and Materials on Modern Antitrust Law and its Origins. 5th ed. St. Paul: Thomson/West, 2014. 

First edition published in 1994.

Second edition published in 2001.

Third edition published in 2005.

Fourth edition published in 2009.


(with Rotunda, Ronald D. and John S. Dzienkowski.) Professional Responsibility: Problems and Materials 12th Ed. New York : Foundation Press, 2014. 

With Teacher's Manual.

First edition published in 1976.

Second edition published in 1981.

Third edition published in 1984.

Fourth edition published in 1987.

Fifth edition published in 1991.

Sixth edition published in 1995.

Seventh edition published in 2000.

Eighth edition published in 2003.

Ninth edition published in 2006.

Tenth edition published in 2008.

Eleventh edition published in 2011.


(with Rotunda, Ronald D.). Selected Standards on Professional Responsibility. Westbury, NY: Foundation Press. Published annually since 1981. 

Earlier editions published as Model Rules of Professional Conduct and Other Selected Standards and Model Code of Professional Responsibility and Other Selected Standards.


The Vanishing American Lawyer. New York : Oxford University Press, 2010. 


Lawyer Law: Comparing the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct with the ALI Restatement (Third) of the Law Governing Lawyers. Chicago: Center for Professional Responsibility, American Bar Association, 2005. 


Legal Ethics. 8th ed. Chicago: Thomson BarBri, 2005. (Gilbert Law Summary). 

Seventh edition published in 1994.


(with Harrison, Jeffrey L. and Paul R. Verkuil). Regulation and Deregulation: Cases and Materials. 2nd ed. St. Paul: Thomson/West, 2004. 

First edition published in 1997.


(with Wolfram, Charles W. and John Leubsdorf). Restatement of the Law, The Law Governing Lawyers. Philadelphia: American Law Institute, 2000. 


(with Harrison, Jeffrey L. and Paul R. Verkuil). Economic Regulation of Business: Cases and Materials. St. Paul: West, 1985. 

First edition published in 1976 under title Cases and Materials on Economic Regulation of Business. Accompanied by Teacher's Manual published in 1978.



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


"On the Declining Importance of Legal Institutions," 2012 Michigan State Law Review 255-279.


"The Changing Face of Legal Education: Its Impact on What It Means to Be a Lawyer," 45 Akron Law Review 811-842 (2012).


"The Rise of Institutional Law Practice," 40 Hofstra Law Review 1005-1026 (2012).


"Client Representation vs. Case Administration: The ALI Looks at Legal Ethics Issues in Aggregate Settlements," (Symposium: Aggregate Litigation: Critical Perspectives) 79 The George Washington Law Review 734-753 (2011).


"Professional Malpractice in a World of Amateurs," 40 St. Mary's Law Journal 892-908 (2009).


"Training Law Students for the Future: On Train Wrecks, Leadership & Choices," (Symposium: Train Wrecks in Legal Education), 6 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 297-301 (2009).


"Comment on Lawyers as Gatekeepers," 57 Case Western Reserve Law Review 375-380 (2007).


"It's Not Perfect, But the ABA Does a Key Job in State-Based Regulation of Lawyers," 11 Texas Review of Law & Politics 381-384 (2007).


(with Lerman, Lisa G., et al.) "The Buried Bodies Case: Alive and Well after Thirty Years," 2007 Professional Lawyer: Symposium Issue 19-32.


"The Corporate Lawyer and 'the Perjury Trilemma'." 34 Hofstra Law Review 965-986 (2006).


"Educating Lawyers for the Future Legal Profession." 30 Oklahoma City University Law Review 537-558 (2005).


"The Client(s) of a Corporate Lawyer." 33 Capital University Law Review 17-47 (2004).


"Creating a Life as a Lawyer," 38 Valparaiso Law Review 37-64 (2003).


"Sarbanes-Oxley: A Complication, Not a Contribution in the Effort to Improve Corporate Lawyers' Professional Conduct." 17 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1-34 (2003).


"Practicing Law in the Interests of Justice in the Twenty-First Century." 70 Fordham Law Review 1793-1803 (2002).


"Toward Abandoning Organized Professionalism." 30 Hofstra Law Review 947-976 (2002).


"Real World Pressures on Professionalism." 23 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 409-421 (2001).


"Toward a New Perspective on Legal Ethics." Researching Law: An ABF Update (2000).


"Admission of George Mason to Membership in the Association of American Law Schools." 50 Case Western Reserve Law Reveiw 445-456 (1999).


"Conflicts of Interest and the New Forms of Professional Association." 39 South Texas Law Review 215-243 (1998).


"Interview with Professor Thomas Morgan on Professional Responsibility." 13 Antitrust 4 (Fall 1998).


"The Impact of Antitrust Law on the Legal Profession." 67 Fordham Law Review 415-441 (1998).


"The Relevance of Religion to a Lawyer's Work - Legal Ethics: A Response to Professor Griffin." 66 Fordham Law Review 1313-1319 (1998).


"Use of the Problem Method for Teaching Legal Ethics." 39 William & Mary Law Review 409-419 (1998).


"What Insurance Lawyers Should Know about Professional Responsibility." 4 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal1 (1997-98).


"Conflicts of Interest in the Restatement: Comments on Professor Moore's Paper." 10 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 575-617 (1997).


"Whose Lawyer are You Anyway?" 23 William Mitchell Law Review 11-41 (1997).


"Law Faculty as Role Models." in Teaching and Learning Professionalism, Symposium Proceedings. Chicago: American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar, 1996.


"Suing a Current Client." 9 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1157-1196 (1996).


"American Perspectives on the Duty of Loyalty: Conflicts of Interest and other Issues of Particular Concern to the International Practitioner." in Rights, Liability, and Ethics in International Law Practice, edited by Mary C. Daly and Roger J. Goebel. Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Transnational Juris Publications; Deventer, Netherlands: Kluwer, 1995.


(with Tuttle, Robert W.). "Legal Representation in a Pluralist Society." (Symposium: Community, Pluralism and Professional Responsibility). 63 George Washington Law Review 984-1029 (1995).


"Sanctions and Remedies for Attorney Misconduct." 19 Southern Illinois University Law Review 343-357 (1995).


"Economic Reality Facing 21st Century Lawyers." (Symposium on the 21st Century Lawyer: Is there a Gap to be Narrowed?). 69 Washington Law Review 625-636 (1994).


"Heroes for out Time: Going beyond Ethical Codes." Clark Memorandum (Brigham Young University), p. 23 (Fall 1992).


"A Defense of Legal Education in the 1990's." 48 Washington & Lee Law Review 1-14 (1991).


"Conflicts of Interest." (Chapter 8) in Restatement of the Law, the Law Governing Lawyers. Tentative Draft No. 4. Philadelphia: American Law Institute, 1991.


"Legal Education Organizations in Business." 90-3 AALS Newsletter 1 (August 1990).


"President's Address." 90-1 AAL Newsletter 1 (February 1990).


"Should we Oppose the Ranking of Law Schools?" 90-2 AALS Newsletter 1 (April 1990).


"The Challenge to Maintain Diversity in Legal Education." 90-4 AALS Newsletter1 (November 1990).


"The Quest for Equality in Regulating the Behavior of Government Officials: The Case of Extrajudicial Compensation." 58 George Washington Law Review 488-501 (1990).


"Thinking about Lawyers as Counselors." 42 Florida Law Review 439-460 (1990).


(with Redlich, Norman). "Comments on Professor Abel's Paper." 1989 Annual Survey of American Law 65-81 (1989).


"Public Financial Disclosure by Federal Officials: A Functional Approach." 3 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 217-243 (1989).


"An Introduction to the Debate over Fee Forfeitures." (Symposium: Government Intrusion into the Attorney-Client Relationship). 36 Emory Law Journal 755-760 (1987).


"Screening the Disqualified Lawyer: The Wrong Solution to the Wrong Problem." 10 University of Arkansas Law Journal 37-54 (1987).


"Teaching Students for the 21st Century." (Bhopal and Legal Education). 36 Journal of Legal Education 285-291 (1986).


"Thinking about Bar Examining: The Challenge of Protecting the Public." 55 Bar Examiner 27-30 (1986).


"The Fall and Rise of Professionalism." 19 University of Richmond Law Review 451-466 (1985).


(with Adelstein, Richard P., et al.). "Discussion of Paper by Jack Hirshleifer, Evolutionary Models in Law and Economics." (Transcript). 4 Research in Law and Economics183-184 (1982).


"The Deregulation Bandwagon: Too Far, Too Fast?" 2 Journal of Law & Commerce 1 (1982).


"Appropriate Limits on Participation by a Former Agency Official in Matters before an Agency." 1980 Duke Law Journal 1-63 (1980).


"Conflicts of Interests and the Former Client in the Model Rules of Professional Conduct." (Review Symposium: The Model Rules of Professional Conduct). 1980 American Bar Foundation Research Journal 993-1002 (1980).


"Procedural Impediments to Optimal Rate Making." in Public Utility Rate Making in an Energy-Conscious Environment, edited by Warner Sichel. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1979.


"Federal Chartering of Corporations" and "Shareholder Remedies in Corporations." in The Attack on Corporate America: The Corporate Issues Sourcebook, edited by M.B. Johnson. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978.


"Toward a Revised Strategy for Ratemaking." 1978 University of Illinois Law Forum 21-78 (1978).


"The Evolving Concept of Professional Responsibility." 90 Harvard Law Review 702-743 (1977).


(with Maggs, Peter B.). "Computer-Based Legal Education at the University of Illinois: A Report of Two Years' Experience." 27 Journal of Legal Education 138-156 (1975).


"Achieving National Goals through Federal Contracts: Giving Form to an Unconstrained Administrative Process." 1974 Wisconsin Law Review 301-348 (1974).


"The General Accounting Office: One Hope for Congress to Regain Parity of Power with the President." 51 North Carolina Law Review 1279-1367 (1973).


"Where do we go from here with Fee Schedules?" 59 American Bar Association Journal 1403-1406 (1973).



BOOK REVIEWS


"Vintage Freedman in a New Bottle." Review of Understanding Lawyers' Ethics, by Monroe H. Freedman. 4 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 847-854 (1991).


 Review of Economic Analysis and Antitrust Law, by Terry Calvani and John Siefried. 33 Vanderbilt Law Review 1523-1529 (1989).


 Review of Inner City Housing and Private Enterprise. 1972 University of Illinois Law Forum 833-842 (1973).



OTHER


"For Lawyers, Much Ado." 13 Legal Times S32 (July 23, 1990).


Future Interests (Computer File). Minneapolis, MN: Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction.