The counselor-at-law : a collaborative approach to client interviewing and counseling /

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Main Author: Cochran, Robert F., 1951-
Other Authors: DiPippa, John M. A, Peters, Martha M
Format: Book
Published: Newark, NJ : LexisNexis/Matthew Bender, 2006
Edition:2nd ed
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Table of Contents:
  • Three models of legal counseling
  • The games lawyers play: how lawyers control clients
  • Communication skills
  • Beginning the legal interview
  • Hearing the client's story
  • Developing the client's story
  • Decision making
  • Client counseling
  • Moral choices in the law office: who gets hurt? and who decides?
  • To sue or settle?: counseling about dispute resolution
  • Dealing with client-lawyer difference
  • Lawyers, clients, and psychological type theory