Law, Language, and Ethics: An Introduction to Law and Legal Method
This is a compilation of extracts from instructive cases, as well as authoritative commentary, on the roles of language and ethics in law. The book touches on aspects of language and ethics, including professional responsibility, decision making, methods of perception, and concepts of reality.
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CHOICE AND AUTHORITY
Thomas Haslem v William A Lockwood
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