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Ethics for Paralegals, Second Edition

  • Linda A. Wendling
Series / Aspen Paralegal Series
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Introducing students to the basic tenets of legal ethics, this text explores the regulations affecting the paralegal’s relationships with clients and ethical requirements that legal professionals follow within the justice system. The book closely aligns to the NALA and NFPA codes of responsibility, providing side-by-side comparison of their similarities and differences that offers students opportunities for critical analysis.

Key Benefits:

  • Close correlation with NALA and NFPA codes of professional responsibility.
  • Ethics applications that address the evolving legal landscape and technology.
  • Review questions, scenarios for in-class discussion, and Reel to Real features (discussions of media's portrayal of attorneys in ethical dilemmas) engage students and provide opportunities to practice skills.
  • Research This feature that help strengthen students' research skills by providing suggestions for more in-depth study of key issues.
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