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Giving Voice to Values in the Legal Profession : Effective Advocacy with Integrity.

By: Plump, Carolyn.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Giving Voice to Values Ser: Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (120 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351189828.Subject(s): Legal ethics-United States | Practice of law-United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Giving Voice to Values in the Legal Profession : Effective Advocacy with IntegrityDDC classification: 174.30973 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Disclaimer -- Introduction -- Giving voice to values -- Legal background -- This book's origin -- Intended audience -- How to use this book -- Structure of the book -- SECTION I GVV framework -- 1 Context -- Traditional ethics programs v. GVV -- Why GVV is useful -- GVV is critical in the current global economy -- GVV is important for the legal industry -- 2 GVV terminology -- Values -- Voice -- Pre-scripting -- 3 Framework for legal scenarios -- Key stakeholders -- Reasons and rationalizations -- Strategies -- Reflect on outcome -- SECTION II The legal industry -- 4 History of ethical standards -- 5 Major sources of ethical standards -- National rules: the Model Rules -- State rules: codes of professional responsibility -- International rules: International Principles on conduct -- 6 Rule of law versus spirit of the law -- 7 Exemplars -- Babes on the team -- Ice cream truck accident -- Reference for a departing employee -- SECTION III Ethical scenarios in the legal profession -- Legal scenario # 1: the case of inflated experience -- Legal scenario # 2: the case of the creative timesheet -- Legal scenario # 3: the case of the client request -- Legal scenario # 4: the case of the missing data -- Legal scenario # 5: the case of predicting outcomes -- Legal scenario # 6: the case of combative opposing counsel -- Legal scenario # 7: the case of the questionable gift -- Legal scenario # 8: the case of the altered file -- Legal scenario # 9: the case of the helicopter benefactor -- Legal scenario # 10: the case of pressure from the bench -- Legal scenario # 11: the case of a colleague's unethical conduct -- Legal scenario # 12: the case of pressure from the board -- Conclusion -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Disclaimer -- Introduction -- Giving voice to values -- Legal background -- This book's origin -- Intended audience -- How to use this book -- Structure of the book -- SECTION I GVV framework -- 1 Context -- Traditional ethics programs v. GVV -- Why GVV is useful -- GVV is critical in the current global economy -- GVV is important for the legal industry -- 2 GVV terminology -- Values -- Voice -- Pre-scripting -- 3 Framework for legal scenarios -- Key stakeholders -- Reasons and rationalizations -- Strategies -- Reflect on outcome -- SECTION II The legal industry -- 4 History of ethical standards -- 5 Major sources of ethical standards -- National rules: the Model Rules -- State rules: codes of professional responsibility -- International rules: International Principles on conduct -- 6 Rule of law versus spirit of the law -- 7 Exemplars -- Babes on the team -- Ice cream truck accident -- Reference for a departing employee -- SECTION III Ethical scenarios in the legal profession -- Legal scenario # 1: the case of inflated experience -- Legal scenario # 2: the case of the creative timesheet -- Legal scenario # 3: the case of the client request -- Legal scenario # 4: the case of the missing data -- Legal scenario # 5: the case of predicting outcomes -- Legal scenario # 6: the case of combative opposing counsel -- Legal scenario # 7: the case of the questionable gift -- Legal scenario # 8: the case of the altered file -- Legal scenario # 9: the case of the helicopter benefactor -- Legal scenario # 10: the case of pressure from the bench -- Legal scenario # 11: the case of a colleague's unethical conduct -- Legal scenario # 12: the case of pressure from the board -- Conclusion -- Index.

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<p>Carolyn Plump is Professor of Business Law at La Salle University of Business, USA. Before joining La Salle University, she worked in private practice as a labor and employment attorney at several international and regional law firms. She also served as a Deputy District Attorney for the District Attorney's Office in California, and Assistant Chief Counsel for the United States Senate's Office of Chief Counsel for Employment.</p>

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