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The Law of Legal Services is an authoritative yet accessible work that looks at the issues and complexities of the current legal system. It provides insight into many of the questions that crop up in modern practice and will help lawyers mitigate the growing number of risks they face in their profession.
Written by leading regulatory expert John Gould, Senior Partner of London firm Russell-Cooke, the work covers areas such as regulation, lawyers’ legal duties and the ‘business of law’. With a focus on issues such as misconduct and tribunals, obligations to clients, negligence and indemnity insurance, The Law of Legal Services delivers authoritative legal analysis as well as practical guidance for practitioners.
This is an essential work for all lawyers, whatever their specialisation. In his preface, Lord Neuberger, President of the Supreme Court, describes it as containing “all that a professional lawyer needs to know and much of which it may not have occurred to him or her to ask” highlighting that “the function of lawyers is to deal with legal issues, and they therefore have nowhere much to hide if they fail to know of or observe their own regulatory rules.”
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