An Evaluation of the Current Rules of Professional Conduct Governing Legal Representatives in Mediation in Australia and the United States and of a Range of Proposed Alternative "Non-adversarial" Ethics Systems for Lawyers
This exegesis challenges the proposition that the legal profession needs new rules to govern the conduct of legal representatives in mediation. It examines and evaluates current rules of professional conduct governing lawyers in Australia and the United States as they apply to a range of ethical issues that confront legal representatives in mediation.
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Mediation Australia, Mediation United States, Legal ethics
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