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Regulation of the Legal Profession: The Essentials

  • Edition : 1st ed., 2009
  • Author(s) : Gillers
    • ISBN: 9780735577381
    • SKU: 10101
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    • Format: Paperback

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    • ISBN: 9780735577381
    • SKU: 10101V
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Offering big-picture perspective on Professional Responsibility, this brief introduction illuminates essential concepts with Stephen Gillers’ characteristic expertise and clarity.

An ideal companion alongside any Professional Responsibility casebook, Regulation of the Legal Profession: The Essentials, features:

author Stephen Gillers, a leader in the field of Professional Responsibility
straightforward and engaging writing
a free-standing chapter structure that offers flexibility and ease of use
cross-referencing between chapters that connects related themes and
concepts and contributes to a cohesive overview of legal ethics
a transparent and logical organization

From the author of Regulation of Lawyers, this new title in The Essentials Series, orients students with a big-picture view of how the legal profession is regulated.

Table of Contents includes:

1. What Is (Are) Legal Ethics?
2. What Do Lawyers Owe Clients? An Introduction
3. What Do Lawyers Owe Clients: Competence
4. What Do Lawyers Owe Clients: Confidentiality
5. What Do Lawyers Owe Clients: Other Attributes of the Attorney-Client Relationship
6. How the Law Protects the Attorney-Client Relationship
7. Lawyers and Money
8. Conflicts of Interest: An Introduction
9. Current Client Conflicts
10. Special Current Client Conflict Rules
11. Former Client Conflicts
12. Imputation of Conflicts
13. Lawyers in Government
14. Consents to Conflict
15. Virtual Clients
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