Legal Ethics” by Jonathan Herring OUP

“Under the standard conception of the lawyer’s role the principle of non-accountability means that lawyers are not legally, professionally or morally accountable for the ends achieved. In theory, a lawyer should assist a client to achieve a purpose about which said lawyer would otherwise have moral qualms. Critics of the standard conception argue that it commits lawyers to pursuing their client’s whims, and possibly their immoral ends. Such a conclusion is sometimes said to place a lawyer in the position of a ‘hired gun’ rather than that of an independent moral agent.”

Andrew Boon, Lawyers’ Ethics and Professional Responsibility Hart Publishing 2015, page 126

Explain and discuss in relation to the SRA Code of Conduct and the ethical dilemmas faced by solicitors.

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