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Ingrid M. Hoffmann
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Handy hints expertly bridges the gap between legal training and legal experience. It is a simple and practical guide to the basic features of legal practice, with liberal sprinklings of "common sense" aimed at law graduates and newly admitted practitioners. Handy hints on legal practice blends legal rules with practical advice and keeps an eye on the ethical standards of the profession. Handy hints serves as a "survival kit" for new lawyers and will assist senior lawyers to urgently assess when it may be "time to quit". The book is informative, easy to read and entertaining. Although many parts of the second edition have enduring value, other parts have been overtaken by developments in the law and changes in legal practice since that edition was published in 1993. These have been reworked. Many changes in the practice of law have resulted from rapid technological change and increased globalisation. Communication by email and internet-based legal research are now commonplace

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780409049916
Title Handy Hints on Legal Practice
Author Ingrid M. Hoffmann
Edition 2nd
Publisher Lexis Nexis
Publication Date 2011
Country of Publication South Africa
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 463
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