The lawyer-client relationship provides an opportunity for the intimate relationship in which religious principles can best be acted upon. But taking advantage of this opportunity may destroy the lawyer's usefulness to the legal system and be harmful to the client's purely "legal" affairs. And the trends of the profession toward specialization and combination reduce the intimacy of the lawyer-client relationship and emphasize the lawyer's concern with the legal aspects of his client's problem.
F. B. MacKinnon,
Summary of a Statement of the Effect of Religious Principles on Lawyers' Ethical Problems,
10 Vanderbilt Law Review
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