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Feathering their own nests? Should barristers and/or solicitors be sued
The National Legal Eagle
  • Winnie Ma, Bond University
Abstract

Extract:

Most people have seen lawyers arguing in courts - that is, acting as an advocate or performing advocacy work. For many people, this seems to be the most challenging and rewarding aspect of being a lawyer. But what happens if the lawyer stuffs up and the client loses the case as a result? Can the client sue the lawyer for bad performance in court?

Citation Information
Winnie Ma. "Feathering their own nests? Should barristers and/or solicitors be sued" (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/winnie_ma1/10/