Primarily, the law governing lawyers in their professional roles. ordinary laws applicable to lawyers in specific disputes, such as contract law, including the law of fiduciary relationships laws governing judicial procedures criminal law
Why should the "innocent" party's desire to take advantage of these mistakes present an ethical issue for that party's lawyer?
Terrell & Wildman, p. 32 (not assigned) identify 6 principles, including
“a respect for the system and rule of law”
“a respect for other lawyers and their work”
Do these help?
What does Croft see as a problem with the way the rules have evolved?
Simon, n. 2 p. 19: how does his critique differ from Wasserstrom’s?