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" IN SUPPORTING A CLIENT'S CAUSE Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class, and to deprive the profession of that full measure of public esteem and confidence which belongs to the proper discharge... "
Annual Report of the Illinois State Bar Association - Page 425
by Illinois State Bar Association - 1914
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Proceedings of the Mid-winter Meeting ... and of the ..., Volumes 29-30

Ohio State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1909
...services ; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudices against lawyers as a class,...
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The Bulletin of the Commercial Law League of America, Volume 17

Commercial law - 1912
...services; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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American Law School Review, Volume 2

Law - 1906
...services; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition, or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 33

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1908
...services; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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Popular Law Library, Putney...

Albert H. Putney - Law - 1908
...lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. SECTION 15. How FAR A LAWYER MAY GO IN SUPPORTING A CLIENT'S CAUSE. Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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International law. Conflict of laws. Spanish-American laws. Legal ethics ...

Albert Hutchinson Putney - Law - 1908
...265 12 Fixing the Amount of the Fee 266 " 13 Contingent Fees 287 " 14 Suing a Client for a Fee 267 " 15 How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. . 267 " 16 Restraining Clients from Improprieties 268 f. 17 1ll Feeling and Personalities Between Advocates...
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Ethical Obligations of the Lawyer

Gleason Leonard Archer - Legal ethics - 1910 - 367 pages
...services; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition, or fraud.2 15. How far a Lawyer may go in Supporting a Client's Cause. — Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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Report of Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Georgia ..., Volume 27

Georgia Bar Association - Bar associations - 1910
...services ; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition or fraud. 15. How Far a Lawyer May Go in Supporting a Client's Cause. Nothing operates more certainly to create or tofoster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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American Law and Procedure, Volume 11

James Parker Hall, James De Witt Andrews - Law - 1910
...Fixing the amount of the fee 383 13. Contingent fees 389 14. Suing a client for a fee 389 ' 15. How far a lawyer may go in supporting a client's cause. .389 16. Restraining clients from improprieties 390 17. Ill feeling and personalities between...
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Ethical Obligations of the Lawyer

Gleason Leonard Archer - Legal ethics - 1910 - 367 pages
...services; and lawsuits with clients should be resorted to only to prevent injustice, imposition, or fraud.2 15. How far a Lawyer may go in Supporting a Client's Cause. — Nothing operates more certainly to create or to foster popular prejudice against lawyers as a class,...
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