LAWSO 1 10-30-07

LAWSO 1 10-30-07 - LAWSO 1 Whats the difference between a...

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LAWSO 1 October 30, 2007
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What’s the difference between a good lawyer and a great lawyer. The good lawyer knows the law. The great lawyer knows the judge.
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Adversary Process Conflict resolution is best achieved through an adversary process. The adversary process assumes: The primary responsibility for articulating the opposing sides in a dispute is best left to those directly involved. The biases of self-interest are best offset by having the dispute heard by a neutral third party.
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Adversary Process (con’ted) The conflict can be constrained through the application of a universal set of rules (laws) that set out the interests of the state in the outcome of disputes. Lawyers act as advocates for their clients in this process. The adversary process works when lawyers represent the best
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2009 for the course LAWSO 1 taught by Professor Spearit during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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