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Why good lawyers matter / edited by David L. Blaikie, Thomas A. Cromwell, Darrel Pink.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Toronto : Irwin Law, 2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • xiv, 214 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Foreword: The lawyer : a material witness / George Elliott Clarke
  • "Better-- or worse?" : The satisfactions and frustrations of the lawyer-client relationship / Daphne Dumont
  • Was Lincoln right? / Augustus Richardson
  • Lawyer or liar? : Breaking down public perception / Stephen G.A. Pitel
  • Lawyers, guns, and money : lawyers and power in Canadian society / Adam M. Dodek
  • Why we love to hate lawyers / Dean Jobb
  • The better part of average / Patrick Healy
  • Why do we regulate lawyers? / Alice Woolley
  • Lawyers, snails, and bottles : the creeping pace of change in the law / Melina Buckley
  • More and more lawyers : less and less justice / Roy McMurtry
  • The great Canadian lawyer : a manifesto, eh / Jocelyn Downie & Richard Devlin
  • Post-9/11 lawyers / Trevor C.W. Farrow
  • Guiding lawyers to be the best they can be : the fundamental ideals of the legal profession / Stephen T. Goudge.
Note:
Issued also in electronic format.
Contributor:
Blaikie, David.
Cromwell, Thomas A., 1952-
Pink, Darrel.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781552212233
1552212238

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