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To Civility and Beyond: Elevating Civility and Professionalism within the Bench and Bar (Electronic Download)

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Price: $69.00
Item Code: 11091-DL


This book takes a look at the current state of civility and professionalism in the legal profession and discusses ways in which the bench and bar play a vital role in promoting civility in and out of the courtroom and related issues of attorney well-being and mentoring.

Summary of Contents

  • Code of Civility (204 § 99.1)
  • Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct Relevant to Civility
  • PBA Working Rules of Professionalism
  • The Pennsylvania Bar Association: A 125 Year Tradition of Civil Discourse by Anne N. John
  • Bully Lawyers and the Possible Consequences (Part 1) by Paul C. Troy and Peter B. Rogers
  • Encouraging Attorney Civility during Depositions: The Enduring Impact of Hall v. Clifton Precision by Thomas G. Wilkinson, Jr. and Jordan Fox
  • Hamovitz v. Santa Barbara Applied Research, Inc.
  • The State of Ohio v. Davidson-Dixon
  • Judge Gene E.K. Pratter’s Policies and Procedures
  • Judge C. Darnell Jones III’s Policies and Procedures
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Clerk’s Office’s Guide for Oral Argument
  • Additional Resources
  • To Civility and Beyond – Slides
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Published: 10/19/2020
Pages: 74
Size: 8.5x11
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