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Professional Responsibility: Problems Of Practice And The Profession
by:Nathan M. Crystal
The practice-based approach, realistic problems, and brevity of Professional Responsibility: Problems of Practice and the Profession have made it a favorite with both instructors and students. Now in its fourth edition, this concise problem-based casebook continues to offer students the opportunity to hone their judgment skills and to develop a philosophy...
The practice-based approach, realistic problems, and brevity of Professional Responsibility: Problems of Practice and the Profession have made it a favorite with both instructors and students. Now in its fourth edition, this concise problem-based casebook continues to offer students the opportunity to hone their judgment skills and to develop a philosophy of lawyering that can become a credo for dealing with the hard ethical issues that are part of their chosen profession.The unique features of this exceptional casebook include:Reasonable and accessible lengthTeaching flexibility this casebook works equally well in two-hour or three-hour courses as well as in clinical programsDoctrinal coherence organization by area of practice and by doctrine within area of practice gives students a feel for the rewards and challenges of particular practice areas and offers students and instructors the opportunity to review and compare the treatment of the same issue in different areasAn emphasis on developing sound judgment challenging problems offer students the opportunity to develop their ability to exercise sound judgment within the framework of rules of ethics and applicable lawAn innovative approach to dealing with issues of professional responsibility Nathan Crystal conceptualizes a philosophy of lawyering, and he provides ample material for students to articulate and to justify their own philosophy of lawyeringAn extensive Teacher s Manual the detailed Teacher s Manual provides sample lesson plans with specific questions and answers for each class, suggestions for role plays and other teaching techniques, and sample syllabi for both two- and three-hour coursesUpdated throughout, the Fourth Edition offers:a second, doctrinally-organized Table of Contents to give greater flexibility to teachers who prefer a doctrinal organizationmultiple-choice questions that are geared toward preparing students for the MPRE as well as understanding basic conceptsmajor new cases, including Spaulding v. Zimmerman and Alexander v. Cahillcomprehensive treatment of the revised Code of Judicial Conduct (2007)a new author website that will provide updates and material covering new cases and developments and self-testing materials for studentsnew and revised problems updated Teacher s ManualFor well-rounded coverage and a practice-based approach that you can easily adapt to your own teaching style, you ll want to take a look at Nathan M. Crystal s Professional Responsibility: Problems of Practice and the Profession, Fourth Edition.
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