Roberta Kemp Flowers - Publications
Professor of Law and Director of the Center of Excellence in Elder Law
B.A., Baylor University
J.D., University of Colorado
Criminal Procedure, Ethics and the Practice of Criminal Law, Ethics in the Practice of Elder Law, Evidence, Professional Responsibility
Ethics in Elder Law Practice, (ABA forthcoming 2012) (co-author Rebecca C. Morgan).
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
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)