Skills and ethics in the practice of law
American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education, Aug 1, 1993 - Law - 250 pages
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Action and Notes Alternative Dispute Resolution alternative process appropriate arbitration areas Assistant avoid aware basic Brown & Company client interviews client's problem closing argument Code computer-assisted research consult contract costs court rules courtroom criminal cross-examination decision decision-making defendant determine develop direct examination documents drafting elicit ethical evaluate the client's evidence exhibits explore fact investigation fact-finder factual familiar federal formal discovery identify issues judge jurisdiction jurors jury instructions lawyer should consider lawyer should evaluate legal research Legal Writing litigation strategy loose-leaf services material mediated agreement ment mini-trial motions negotiation neutral non-binding arbitration Notes Yes objection opening statement opinion letter opposing counsel options parties perjury Persuasive writing potential predict prepare pretrial procedures professional conduct questions Related Chapter Chapter relevant representation requests require seek SELF-EVALUATION settlement Shepard's Citations style summary jury trial theory tion tive United States Code verdict voir dire witness witness's