What is the fundamental difference between Fried's conception of the lawyer as special friend and Kronman's notion of the lawyer-statesman? Which theorist possesses the better way to formulate the ethical obligations of the lawyer and why? Does the traditional notion of the lawyer as zealous advocate survive the apocalyptic evidence presented by Nader and Smith in "The Corporate Scheme to Wreck Our Justice System" or do we have to accept the fact that there aspects of the practice of law that are simply immoral? ​

What is the fundamental difference between Fried's conception of the lawyer as special friend and Kronman's notion of the lawyer-statesman

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