Table of contents for How and when to sue your lawyer : a client's guide to a lawyer's professional responsibility / Robert W. Schachner ; with John Philips.

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Contents
		Acknowledgments, 00
		A Word About Gender, 00
		Foreword, 00
		Introduction, 00
	1.	American Bar Association Malpractice Study, 00
	2.	Rules of Professional Conduct, 00
	3.	Attorney and Client Responsibilities, 00
	4.	Competence and Scope of Representation, 00
	5.	Diligence and Communication, 00
	6.	Conflict of Interest and Fiduciary Duty, 00
	7.	Ex Parte Proceedings and Pro Se Advocacy, 00
	8.	Substantive Acts of Malpractice, 00
	9.	Administrative Acts of Malpractice, 00
	10.	Acts of Malpractice Due to Client Relations, 00
	11.	Intentional Acts of Malpractice, 00
	12.	A Question of Fees, 00
	13.	Getting Even--Making a Malpractice Claim, 00
		In Closing, 00
Appendices
	A.	Glossary, 00
	B.	Barrister Blunders--A Guide to the Common Errors Attorneys Make, 00
	C.	Research--Your Tool for Success, 00
	D.	Statue of Limitations Applicable to Legal Malpractice, 00
		References, 00
		Index, 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Lawyers -- Malpractice -- United States.