The Hofstra Law Review is dedicating at least two special issues to the scholarship of Monroe Freedman. The first issue has been published (Volume 44(3)) and includes articles by listserv member Brad Wendel and others (link to official site, here).
The second issue (Volume 44(4)) is forthcoming, and includes what I think is a really terrific article by Bruce Green on "Candor in Criminal Advocacy" (where he makes a helpful and persuasive distinction between ethical duties of honesty vs. candor) as well as an article by me on plea bargaining innocent clients in an unjust system (here).
As an aside, when I wrote the article, I for the first time sat down and read the bulk of the articles that Monroe published during his life. I regret not having done so sooner. He was a wonderful scholar, and while I knew that in the abstract (he was Monroe Freedman, after all) I didn't get it until then.