Ethics in a Brave New World: Professional Responsibility, Personal Accountability, and Risk Management for Immigration Practitioners
John L. Pinnix
American Immigration Lawyers Association, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 153 pages
As an immigration attorney, it is imperative that you continually strive to maintain the highest ethical standards. AILAs Ethics In a Brave New World, will provide insightful articles on:--Professional Responsibility --Personal Accountability --Risk Management for Immigration Practitioners These are all qualities that this complex field requires today. As a service to our members, this publication is being distributed to all AILA members free of charge. In addition you can purchase copies for all attorneys in your firm at the low, member price!
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MATTER OF ETHICS
UTILIZING IMMIGRATION PARAPROFESSIONALS
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