Texas Center for Legal Ethics
Kevin Dubose, Beverly Bell Godbey, Robert A. Prentice, and Jonathan E. Smaby
Why do seemingly upstanding and widely-admired lawyers do bad things? The answer, it turns out, is rooted in science. Specifically, extensive research has revealed how our brains actually process information and how strikingly unaware we are of what those brains are sub-consciously up to.
Ethical Decision Making, Fast and Slow, Texas Center for Legal Ethics (September 2019), from https://legalethicstexas.com/resources/articles/ethical-decision-making-fast-and-slow/ (last visited May 27th, 2023)