If, as Markovits
and Rensmann persuasively argue, female athletes have in many ways achieved legitimate status alongside male players in the realm of soccer, can the same be said of the representation of women's perspectives in writing about sports?
First, as Markovits recognizes, Rule 3.3(a)(3) makes clear that even if it is permissible for the lawyer to choose to present evidence she does not know to be false (but reasonably believes to be false), it is also permissible (outside of the criminal defense context) to decline to present such evidence.
First, the integrity challenge, as Markovits describes it, only arises for lawyers engaged in adversarial advocacy.
However, as Markovits indicates, the capacity to provide voice and a meaningful connection with the law may well be a necessary condition for the legitimacy of our legal system, as Charles Fried, (67) Stephen Pepper, (68) and David Luban, (69) in different ways, have argued.
I do not think that lawyers lie and cheat or, therefore, that there is an integrity problem that runs as deep as Markovits suggests or that there is a serious concern as to whether lawyers can lead a life worthy of commitment.
[the horizontal merger]"; and manifest the Commission's continuing subscription to a variant of limit-price theory under which "when entry barriers are low, the merging parties are more likely to be constrained [when setting prices] by entry" (180)--a theory that, as Markovits
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