The Importance of Being Honest

The Importance of Being Honest
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How Lying, Secrecy, and Hypocrisy Collide with Truth in Law

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فرمت کتاب

ebook

تاریخ انتشار

2008

نویسنده

Steven Feuerstein

نویسنده

Jack Goldstein

نویسنده

Steven Feuerstein

نویسنده

Jack Goldstein

نویسنده

Steven Lubet

ناشر

NYU Press
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نقد و بررسی

Publisher's Weekly

March 10, 2008
Lubet, a law professor at Northwestern (Lawyers’ Poker: 52 Lessons That Lawyers Can Learn from Card Players
) tackles a series of subtle and thorny ethical questions that lawyers and judges face each day. These questions can challenge their integrity, determine their effectiveness and affect how the public views the legal profession. Lubet chooses a few notorious examples to showcase his points, such as the ethical questions raised by Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s duck-hunting trip with Vice President Cheney (should the justice have recused himself in Sierra Club
v. Cheney
?) and Bill Clinton’s infamous Monica Lewinsky deposition (did he lie to his lawyer?). Many of Lubet’s examples are about less public conundrums, such as what lawyers should do if they make a mistake and the problem of judicial bullies. Lubet’s central concern, which he mines adeptly, is with actions that are arguably legal but may also be strategically or morally wrong. Lubet’s writing is a great strength: straightforward, funny, intelligent and devoid of legalese. Like a good color analyst, he conveys an insider’s knowledge in an entertaining and informative way.




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