Somehow it must be made plain that the lawyer's moral judgment is not for hire, that there are occasions when the lawyer . . . is under a duty to act as a person of independent ethical concern with obligations not only to his client's interests but also to fairness and justice in the management of affairs.— Harry Jones
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There must be some point, at which the lawyer's own personal and social morality will rebel against his traditional allegiance to his client.