Interviewing and counseling about moral differences 1 with Cory Lewis


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Citations:

1:15 Cochran, Robert F. Jr., John M. A. DiPippa, and Martha A. Peters. The Counselor-at-law: A collaborative approach to client interviewing and counseling, U.S.A.: Mathew Bender & Company Incorporated, 1999, p. 181.

6:00 Bastress, Robert M. and Joseph D. Harbaugh. Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiating: Skills for effective representation. Canada: Little, Brown & Company (Canada) Limited, 1990, p. 335.

6:18 Cochran Jr., DiPippa, and Peters, op. cit., p. 165.

7:08 Bastress and Harbough, op. cit., pp. 319 - 339.

7:13 Ellmann, Stephen, and others. Lawyers and Clients: Critical issues in interviewing and counseling. St. Paul: Thomson Reuters, 2009, chapter 7.

7:20 Cochran Jr., DiPippa, and Peters, op. cit., chapter 9.

8:16 Bastress and Harbough, op. cit., p. 328. The law review article is G.J. Postema, Moral Responsibility in Professional Ethics, 55 N.Y.U. L.Rev. 63.

14:02 Federation of Law Societies of Canada, Model Code of Professional Conduct.

14:32 Ellman and others, op. cit., p. 302.

14:40 Federation of Law Societies of Canada, Model Code of Professional Conduct, 3.2-2.

15:25 Cochran Jr., DiPippa, and Peters, op. cit., p. 182.

15:28 Ellman and others, op. cit., pp. 290 - 291.

15:40 Federation of Law Societies of Canada, Model Code of Professional Conduct, 3.1-2, Commentary [10].

18:42 Federation of Law Societies of Canada, Model Code of Professional Conduct, 3.7.

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