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xviii, 401 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • What this book is about
  • Professionalism
  • Lawyering for and with the client
  • Lawyering as problem solving
  • Communications skills
  • Multicultural lawyering
  • Observation, memory, facts, and evidence
  • Interviewing the client
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • How we organize and think about facts
  • The legal elements model of organizing facts
  • The chronology model of organizing facts
  • The story model of organizing facts
  • Selecting a model for presentation of the case
  • Strengthening the persuasiveness of your facts
  • Investigating the facts
  • Responding to your adversary's facts
  • What happens when a lawyer counsels a client
  • An example of counseling : the plant closing
  • Preparing for counseling : structuring the options
  • The counseling meeting with the client
  • Overcoming special problems in counseling
  • How negotiation works
  • Negotiation preparation : assessing the parties
  • Developing a negotiation strategy
  • Styles and rituals
  • Following through on your plan
  • Negotiation tactics.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-922-01, LAW-922-01
1 v. (various pagings) : forms ; 26 cm.
  • A brief overview
  • Initiating a special education case
  • Child find
  • Educational evaluations and assessments
  • The Individualized Educational Program
  • Early intervention services
  • School discipline and students with special needs
  • Child welfare and special education
  • The due process complaint
  • Remedies
  • Special education advocacy for youth in the delinquency system.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-922-01, LAW-922-01