Practical Legal Skills: Developing your Clinical Technique by Ross HyamsPractical Legal Skills: Developing your Clinical Technique by Ross Hyams

Practical Legal Skills: Developing your Clinical Technique

byRoss Hyams, Susan Campbell, Adrian Evans

Paperback | April 12, 2014

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Practical Legal Skills is an established and respected handbook for those engaged in legal training at all levels. Written by an expert author team, this book covers the practical skills of lawyering, including interviewing, advising, advocacy, writing and drafting, and negotiation andmediation. The fourth edition also explores the ethical risks faced by clinical students and practitioners, and discusses the ethics, values and professional responsibilities surrounding the decisions lawyers make. Exercises throughout allow readers to practise the full range of skills required inevery-day legal work.Clear and concise, Practical Legal Skills is the essential guide for preparing skilled and ethical lawyers in a rapidly changing environment of practice.
Ross Hyams is a practising solicitor and Senior Lecturer in Law and Convenor of the Legal Practice Program at Monash University. The late Susan Campbell AM was a practicing solicitor, legal education consultant and former Professorial Fellow in Legal Practice at Monash University. Adrian Evans is a practising solicitor and Professor i...
Title:Practical Legal Skills: Developing your Clinical TechniqueFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8.27 × 5.83 × 0 inPublished:April 12, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195529995

ISBN - 13:9780195529999


Table of Contents

List of ExercisesPreface to the Third EditionPreface to the Fourth EditionAcknowledgments1. Introduction2. Interviewing: Listening and Questioning3. Interviewing: Advising4. Keeping out of Trouble5. Writing and Drafting6. Negotiation and Mediation7. Advocacy