Turn the dog of the law school curriculum into the delight for students and professors alike! Legal Ethics for the Real World: Building Skills Through Case Study makes any professional responsibility course relevant and lively with ease. With seven chapters based upon real cases, real people, real documents, and real problems, this text incorporates Early Lawyering Literacy skills identified by the authors and recognized widely by the ABA and others. These case studies will aid students' mastery of core concepts regularly tested on the Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam and encountered in everyday law practice. This highly accessible and affordable book can be used on its own or as a supplement to your current casebook as an ideal way to include experiential learning and skills-based exercises into your existing curriculum with minimal time invested in preparation or assessment. Bring legal ethics to life in a way that enhances your teaching and your students' understanding by engaging in these real world scenarios!
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Finding a lawyer, finding a client 2. Ethics in elder law representation 3. Keeping confidences: at what cost? 4. Waiving a conflict of interest before it arises 5. A proscecutor's fall from grace 6. The facebooking judge 7. Substance abuse and lawyer discipline.
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