Professor Tarkington’s achievement is to show that associational freedom should encompass lawyering. With that, her article should have considerable impact on academic and judicial accounts of associational rights. In practice, however, the impact is likely to come in terms of protections for the ability of organizations to engage counsel—the right to client-attorney association—rather than, as in her focus, on a right that belongs to and is exercised by attorneys.
"Lawyers, Clients, and Constitutional Rights,"
Utah OnLaw: The Utah Law Review Online Supplement: Vol. 2013
, Article 15.
Available at: https://dc.law.utah.edu/onlaw/vol2013/iss1/15