Stetson University

Roberta Kemp Flowers - Publications

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Professor of Law

B.A., Baylor University
J.D., University of Colorado

Courses:
Criminal Procedure, Ethics and the Practice of Criminal Law, Ethics in the Practice of Elder Law, Evidence, Professional Responsibility

Books

Ethics in Elder Law Practice, (ABA forthcoming 2012) (co-author Rebecca C. Morgan).

Articles

Witness Preparation, Regulating the Profession's Dirty Little Secret
, 38 Hastings Const. L.Q. 1007 (2011).

Ethics in Elder Law: Teaching Students to Ask the Right Questions, 40 Stetson L. Rev. 133 (2010).

The Role of the Criminal Defense Attorney: Not Just an Advocate, 7 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 647 (2010).

NAELA Aspirational Standards and Commentary, adopted by the NAELA Board of Governors (2006).

To Speak or Not to Speak: Effect of Third Party Presence on Attorney Client Privilege
, 2 NAELA J. 153 (2006).

Introduction, 34 Stetson L. Rev. 1 (2004).

Litigating with the Elderly Client, 16 NAELA Q. 2 (Summer 2003).

An Unholy Alliance: The Ex Parte Relationship between the Judge and the Prosecutor, 79 Neb. L. Rev. 251
(2000).

Prosecution Law Symposium, Forward, 29 Stetson L. Rev. 1 (1999).

What You See Is What You Get: Applying the Appearance of Impropriety Standard to Prosecutors,63 Mo. L.
Rev. 699 (1998).

Does it Cost Too Much? A 'Difference' Look at JE.B. v. Alabama, 64 Fordham L. Rev. 491 (1995)

A Code of Their Own; Updating the Ethics Code to Include the Non-Adversarial Role of Federal Prosecutors, 37 B.C. L. Rev. 923 (1996)

What You See is What You Get: Applying the Appearance of Impropriety Standard to Prosecutors
, 63 Mo. L. Rev. 699 (1998)

Professionalism and the Criminal Prosecutor, Florida Institute for Litigation Ethics at Stetson University College of Law (1997)

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