Legal Interviewing and Counseling in a NutshellBooks
DescriptionIn today's world, lawyers tend to become identified more with law and less with people, the public interest, social welfare and the common good. However, many lawyers are sensitive, people-oriented professionals who relate to their clients as persons and not as problems. The authors argue that counseling is the heart and soul of lawyering, and that it is an integral part of the legal education.
- Legal interviewing,
- Interviewing in law practice
Citation InformationThomas L. Shaffer and James R. Elkins. Legal Interviewing and Counseling in a Nutshell. St. Paul, Minn(2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/thomas_shaffer/163/