Offering examples and quotations from the British and American courts and elsewhere, Pannick considers the principles, practice and morality of the advocate's role. He assesses the problems posed by clients, judges and other lawyers and suggests desirable reforms of the law and of the legal system.
With a wealth of examples and quotations from a variety of countries, Pannick considers the principles, practice, and morality of the advocate's role in the justice system. He assesses difficulties advocates face in balancing the needs of judges, clients, other clients, and the advocate's as well. He proposes reforms of the law and legal system to alleviate any conflict which may arise for the advocate.
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Advocates by David Pannick, QC
David Pannick, QC
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Oxford University Press
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