Judging the Lawyers PDF download by Ted Preston

Judging the Lawyers

iUniverse, Inc.
Publication date: April 2007
ISBN: 9780595865994
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)


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Almost everyone in the United States is familiar with criticisms of lawyers and their handling-or mishandling-of the civil justice system. The relationship between the American public and lawyers is vital, yet often misunderstood. What are we to make of the paradox of increasing dependence on attorneys and criticism of them to the point of disrespect? More importantly, do they really deserve this condemnation? In Judging the Lawyers: A Jury-Box View of the Case Against American Lawyers, author Ted Preston discusses the realities of lawyers' practices and their vast benefits to society to make his point that critical but balanced assessment of attorneys and the civil justice system is essential. Using a trial format that balances both sides of the argument, Judging the Lawyers is a vehicle for exploring the case for and against lawyers and for examining the causes of the tensions between the bar and the public. Preston invites you to stand in the position of a juror and gives you the opportunity to actively think through each issue. Judging the Lawyers can help you better understand lawyers and their operation of our civil justice system.
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