3 edition of American legal ethics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Thomas L. Shaffer.|
|Series||Analysis and skills series|
|LC Classifications||KF306.A4 S53 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 645,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||645|
|LC Control Number||84073285|
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Bender, (shelved 1 time as legal-ethics) avg rating —ratings — published When researching issues of legal ethics, court opinions can be found in the traditional case law databases in Lexis and Westlaw.
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by American Bar Association. Committee on Professional Ethics. Print book. Publication: Chicago, American Bar Foundation  OCLC Number: Database: WorldCat.
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This ReporteFile Size: KB. An Overview of Legal Ethics. by Susan Israel. Introduction. All legal professionals, lawyers and non-lawyers alike, are expected to maintain strict ethical standards – for the protection of colleagues, clients, the court, and anyone even tangentially affected by a case.
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In professional ethics, his book, Legal Ethics: A Comparative Study (with Angelo Dondi) compares ethics in the legal professions of modern industrialized countries. He is also author of The Law of Lawyering (3rd ed.with William Hodes, and, afterPeter R. Alma mater: Columbia Law School, Swarthmore College.
Legal ethics, principles of conduct that members of the legal profession are expected to observe in their practice. They are an outgrowth of the development of the legal profession itself. Background. Practitioners of law emerged when legal systems became too complex for all those affected by them to fully understand and apply the law.
Certain individuals with the required ability mastered.ments of principle. Legal ethics as a set of fraternal principles is the way American lawyers learned to talk about the subject after the father ol American legal ethics, David Hoffman, wrote his first "Essay on Profes-sional Deportment" in Hoffman's efforts, most notably his "Fifty.Ethics at the Edges of Law Christian Moralists and American Legal Thought Cathleen Kaveny.
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