2 edition of Legal Ethics - Teacher"s Manual (For Professor"s Use Only) (University Casebook Seies) found in the catalog.
Legal Ethics - Teacher"s Manual (For Professor"s Use Only) (University Casebook Seies)
Deborah L. Rhode
2001 by Foundation Press, New York .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||214|
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Tarr Richard Zitrin, Carol M. Langford. Teaching legal ethics: what, how and why. RE VISTA DE EDUCACIÓN Y DERECHO. EDUCATION AND LA W REVIEW Número 1. Octubre Marzo Legal ethics are defined as an ethical code governing the conduct of persons engaged in the practice of law and more generally in the legal sector including paralegals and private investigators.
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This new Fourth Edition of Legal Ethics in the Practice of Law continues its practice-oriented, "real world," problem-driven approach to teaching legal ethics, the approach pioneered in this volume's first three editions.
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The book continues to provide an extensive accompanying Teacher's Manual that assists all teachers. Professional Ethics 3 Many people confuse ‘ethical’ with ‘legal’. Legal is the word used to define anything that concerns the law or its workings.
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UNIT YOUR LEGAL AND ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES anticipate change, to adapt their methods to new demands, and when necessary to challenge the requirements laid upon them. Good teachers sense the importance of acquiring a wider perspective on human values.
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