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Promoting professionalism : ABA programs, plans, and strategies.

Author: American Bar Association.
Publisher: [Chicago, IL] (750 N. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago 60611) : ABA, [1998]
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Promoting professionalism.
[Chicago, IL] (750 N. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago 60611) : ABA, [1998]
(OCoLC)777341798
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: American Bar Association.
OCLC Number: 40538360
Description: 93 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: Ethics and integrity and professional standards --
Learning and education --
Competence and skills training --
Civility --
Obligations to the justice system --
Pro bono service.

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