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Selected readings on the legal profession

Author: Association of American Law Schools,
Publisher: St. Paul, Minn. : West Publishing Co., 1962. ©1962
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Selections organized under the following headings: Part 1. The profession and its organization. The origins. The social and economic needs which require the existence of a lawyer class. The lawyer class emerges. The Anglo-American legal profession. History of the profession in England. History of the profession in Colonial America and the United States. The bar organizes. The meaning of the world "profession" --  Read more...
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Selected readings on the legal profession.
St. Paul, Minn. : West Publishing Co., 1962
(DLC) 62005529
(OCoLC)509681
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Association of American Law Schools,
OCLC Number: 756407795
Description: 1 online resource (xxxix, 565 pages)
Contents: Part 1. The profession and its organization --
The origins --
The Anglo-American legal profession --
Part 2. Ethical factors in building a law practice --
Part 3. Ethics in decision making --
The lawyer as counsellor and negotiator --
The lawyer as an advocate --
The lawyer as judge --
The lawyer as scholar --
Part 4. Wider professional obligations --
The lawyer as a member of a learned profession --
The lawyer as a citizen --
The religious and ethical dimension of the lawyer's vocation.
Responsibility: assembled under the auspices of a committee of the Association of American Law Schools.

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Selections organized under the following headings: Part 1. The profession and its organization. The origins. The social and economic needs which require the existence of a lawyer class. The lawyer class emerges. The Anglo-American legal profession. History of the profession in England. History of the profession in Colonial America and the United States. The bar organizes. The meaning of the world "profession" -- Part 2. Ethical factors in building a law practice. Advice to young lawyers. Making one's availability known. The public relations of the bar. Acceptance of professional employment. Fee determination. How not to build a law practice -- Part 3. Ethics in decision making. The lawyer as counsellor and negotiator. The lawyer as an advocate. The lawyer as judge. The lawyer as scholar -- Part 4. Wider professional obligations. The lawyer as a member of a learned profession. The lawyer as a citizen. The religious and ethical dimension of the lawyer's vocation.

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