Contemporary Practice: The New Lawyer - A Custom Publication for James Cook University, 2nd edition (eBook)

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409352689

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This publication was produced by LexisNexis for students undertaking study in the unit Contemporary Practice: The New Lawyer at the College of Business, Law and Governance at James Cook University.

Reproduced in the text are chapters from the following LexisNexis publications:

  • Field, Duffy & Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, 2nd ed, 2020
  • Legg (ed), Resolving Civil Disputes, 2017
  • Lauchland & Le Brun, Legal Interviewing: A How to Guide, 2015
  • Alexander, Howieson & Fox, Negotiation: Strategy Style Skills, 3rd ed, 2015

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LexisNexis Skills Series: Negotiation— Strategy Style Skills, 3rd ed, 2015
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Boulle & Alexander, Mediation: Skills and Techniques, 3rd ed, 2020
Boulle & Field, Australian Dispute Resolution Law and Practice, 2017
Condliffe, Conflict Management: A Practical Guide, 6th ed, 2019,
Field, Duffy & Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, 2nd ed, 2020
Holmes & Brown, The International Arbitration Act 1974: A Commentary, 3rd ed, 2018
Legg (ed), Resolving Civil Disputes, 2017

 

Table of contents

PART 1 INTRODUCTION


THE ROLE OF THE LAWYER 1


Chapter 1 A ‘Positive Professional Identity for Lawyers’ - (Chapter 1, Field, Duffy & Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, 2nd ed, 2020)


Chapter 2 ‘Lawyers as Managers and Resolvers of Conflict and Disputes’ - (Chapter 12, Field, Duffy & Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, 2nd ed, 2020)


Chapter 3 ‘Lawyers, Technology and Dispute Resolution’ - (Chapter 22, by Michael Williams, in Legg (ed), Resolving Civil Disputes, 2017)


PART 2 PRACTITIONER SKILLS


Chapter 4 ‘Setting the Theoretical Context’ - (Chapter 2, by Marlene Le Brun, in Lauchland & Le Brun, Legal Interviewing: A How to Guide, 2015)


Chapter 5 ‘The Importance of Good Communication’ - (Chapter 3, by Kay Lauchland, in Lauchland & Le Brun, Legal Interviewing: A How to Guide, 2015)


Chapter 6 ‘Planning and Preparing for the Interview’ - (Chapter 4, by Marlene Le Brun, in Lauchland & Le Brun, Legal Interviewing: A How to Guide, 2015)


Chapter 7 ‘Commencing – From Lift to Armchair’ - (Chapter 5, by Kay Lauchland, in Lauchland & Le Brun, Legal Interviewing: A How to Guide, 2015)


PART 3 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE


Chapter 8 ‘Decision-making in Negotiation: Story-telling, Emotions, Memory and Persuasion’ - (Chapter 8, Alexander, Howieson & Fox, Negotiation: Strategy Style Skills, 3rd ed, 2015)


Chapter 9 ‘Lawyers as Reflective Professionals’ - (Chapter 4, Field, Duffy & Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, 2nd ed, 2020)


PART 4 DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESSES


Chapter 10 ‘Dispute Resolution (DR)’ - (Chapter 14, Field, Duffy & Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, 2nd ed, 2020)


Chapter 11 ‘Advocacy at Mediation: An Oxymoron or an Essential Skill for the Modern Lawyer’ - (Chapter 13, by Robert Angyal SC, in Legg (ed) Resolving Civil Disputes, 2017)