The purpose of this comment is twofold. First, through a comprehensive survey of the codes that comprise the sources of legal ethics, the comment elucidates a body of ethical law governing the conduct of candidates in a judicial campaign. Second, after identifying the basic principle found to underlie these ethical codes, this comment argues that the scope of permissible judicial campaigning should be strictly confined.
J. S. Gary,
Ethical Conduct in a Judicial Campaign: Is Campaigning an Ethical Activity?,
57 Wash. L. Rev.
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