The good lawyer : seeking quality in the practice of law / Douglas O. Linder & Nancy Levit.  (Text) (Text)

Linder, Douglas O, 1951-
Levit, Nancy
Call no.: K115 .L56 2014Publication: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, c2014Description: xxii, 330 p. : ill. ; 22 cmISBN: 9780199360239 (hbk.); 0199360235 (hbk.)Subject(s): LawyersPractice of LawLOC classification: K115 | .L56 2014
Contents:Chapter 1: THE GOOD LAWYER IS EMPATHETIC -- Feeling Clients' Pain on Thunderhead Ranch -- The Importance of Being Empathetic -- Using Empathy to Tell Better Stories -- The Origins and Science of Empathy -- Can Lawyers Learn to Be More Empathetic? -- The Challenge of Developing Empathy in Law Schools -- Is More Empathy Always Better? -- The Empathy Debate -- Do We Want Judges to Be Empathetic? -- Empathy and Moral Action -- Chapter 2: THE GOOD LAWYER IS COURAGEOUS -- A Profile in Courage -- Physical Courage -- Moral Courage -- Psychological Courage -- Can We Learn Courage? -- Courage in Law Schools -- Codes and Courage: Two Stories -- Courage and Justice -- Chapter 3: THE GOOD LAWYER PURSUES JUSTICE WITH INTEGRITY -- A Framed Corduroy Jacket -- Seeking Justice for People -- Chattanooga Revisited: One Lawyer's Sense of Justice -- Is the Pursuit of Justice Nothing More Than Helping Your Clients? -- 'Big Picture' Justice -- When It Is Your Job to Do Justice -- The Evolutionary Roots of Our Passion for Justice -- Emotions, Reason, and Our Sense of Justice -- Pursuing Justice, But with Integrity -- The Importance of Honesty -- Can Lawyers Be Honest All the Time? -- Honesty in the Practice -- 'Let Justice Be Done Though the Heavens May Fall' -- Pursuing Justice with Passion -- Chapter 4: THE GOOD LAWYER VALUES OTHERS IN THE LEGAL COMMUNITY -- A Humble (But Very Famous) Attorney -- Remembering What Matters -- The Power of Humility: One Lawyer's Approach to Negotiations -- Mellow Beats Bellow -- What to Do About Incivility -- The Idea of Political Fraternity -- Our Political Differences: Whose Side Are You On? -- Can Liberals and Conservatives Be Friends? -- Roots of Our Political Differences -- The Six Foundations for Moral Judgments -- 'Follow the Sacredness' and Seek Diversity -- Chapter 5: THE GOOD LAWYER USES BOTH INTUTION AND DELIBERATIVE THINKING -- The Medical Instrument That Wasn't -- Expert Intuition Is Simply Good Pattern Recognition -- The Costs and Benefits of Intuition -- Confirmation Bias -- Mental Blind Spots -- All We See Is All There Is -- Anchoring -- Too Narrow Framing -- Negative Implicit Attitudes -- It's Hard to Keep an Open Mind.Chapter 6: THE GOOD LAWYER THINKS REALISTICALLY -- ABOUT THE FUTURE -- What Research Reveals About the Predictive Abilities of Lawyers -- We Want to Believe the World Is More Predictable Than It Is -- Here Come the Computers -- Being Smart About Probability -- Decision Trees, Game Theory and the Hope of a Better Settlement Process -- Imagining the Future (An Amazing Human Trick) -- The Future Is Hard to See -- Promise Keeping -- A Balance Between Knowing and Doubting -- Chapter 7: THE GOOD LAWYER SERVES THE TRUE INTERESTS OF CLIENTS -- A Story of a Wise Lawyer -- Being Clear About Aims -- Advocates and Counselors -- The Four Possible Aims of Lawyers -- What's Wrong with 'Winning Is Everything"? -- Lawyers as Hired Guns: What's Wrong With Maximizing Client Autonomy? -- Guru Lawyers: What's Wrong with Simply Doing Right as the Lawyer Sees It? -- Lawyers as Friends: Aiming for Client Goodness -- Establishing Trust -- Involving the Client in the Process -- Categorizing and Framing the Issues -- Identifying and Serving the Client's True Interests -- Thinking Like a Judge, Not a Lawyer -- Chapter 8: THE GOOD LAWYER HAS AMPLE WILLPOWER -- One Persistent Lawyer -- Willpower in a Stress-Filled Profession -- The Importance of Willpower -- Mindsets and Willpower -- Willpower Lessons -- Our Finite Supply of Willpower -- Can Willpower Be Strengthened? -- Emotional Traps that Drain Willpower and Harm Decision-Making -- Making the Future Bigger -- Chapter 9: THE GOOD LAWYER IS PERSUASIVE -- Being Honest and Courageous -- Being Empathetic -- Appealing to Moral Intuitions -- Using Words and Sounds That Stick -- Anchoring and Framing -- Respecting Opponents and Making Strategic Concessions -- Preparing Thoroughly -- Chapter 10: SEEKING QUALITY -- The Trajectory of Careers -- The Nature of Practice and What It Means for Quality -- Creating Environments Where Good Lawyers Can Flourish -- The Scourge of Billable Hours -- What a Good Lawyer Does -- Finding Work that Fits Your Strengths -- If You Are a Good Lawyer, Who Will Know? -- At Career's End: Remembrance of Things Past.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 297-322) and index.

Chapter 1: THE GOOD LAWYER IS EMPATHETIC -- Feeling Clients' Pain on Thunderhead Ranch -- The Importance of Being Empathetic -- Using Empathy to Tell Better Stories -- The Origins and Science of Empathy -- Can Lawyers Learn to Be More Empathetic? -- The Challenge of Developing Empathy in Law Schools -- Is More Empathy Always Better? -- The Empathy Debate -- Do We Want Judges to Be Empathetic? -- Empathy and Moral Action -- Chapter 2: THE GOOD LAWYER IS COURAGEOUS -- A Profile in Courage -- Physical Courage -- Moral Courage -- Psychological Courage -- Can We Learn Courage? -- Courage in Law Schools -- Codes and Courage: Two Stories -- Courage and Justice -- Chapter 3: THE GOOD LAWYER PURSUES JUSTICE WITH INTEGRITY -- A Framed Corduroy Jacket -- Seeking Justice for People -- Chattanooga Revisited: One Lawyer's Sense of Justice -- Is the Pursuit of Justice Nothing More Than Helping Your Clients? -- 'Big Picture' Justice -- When It Is Your Job to Do Justice -- The Evolutionary Roots of Our Passion for Justice -- Emotions, Reason, and Our Sense of Justice -- Pursuing Justice, But with Integrity -- The Importance of Honesty -- Can Lawyers Be Honest All the Time? -- Honesty in the Practice -- 'Let Justice Be Done Though the Heavens May Fall' -- Pursuing Justice with Passion -- Chapter 4: THE GOOD LAWYER VALUES OTHERS IN THE LEGAL COMMUNITY -- A Humble (But Very Famous) Attorney -- Remembering What Matters -- The Power of Humility: One Lawyer's Approach to Negotiations -- Mellow Beats Bellow -- What to Do About Incivility -- The Idea of Political Fraternity -- Our Political Differences: Whose Side Are You On? -- Can Liberals and Conservatives Be Friends? -- Roots of Our Political Differences -- The Six Foundations for Moral Judgments -- 'Follow the Sacredness' and Seek Diversity -- Chapter 5: THE GOOD LAWYER USES BOTH INTUTION AND DELIBERATIVE THINKING -- The Medical Instrument That Wasn't -- Expert Intuition Is Simply Good Pattern Recognition -- The Costs and Benefits of Intuition -- Confirmation Bias -- Mental Blind Spots -- All We See Is All There Is -- Anchoring -- Too Narrow Framing -- Negative Implicit Attitudes -- It's Hard to Keep an Open Mind.

Chapter 6: THE GOOD LAWYER THINKS REALISTICALLY -- ABOUT THE FUTURE -- What Research Reveals About the Predictive Abilities of Lawyers -- We Want to Believe the World Is More Predictable Than It Is -- Here Come the Computers -- Being Smart About Probability -- Decision Trees, Game Theory and the Hope of a Better Settlement Process -- Imagining the Future (An Amazing Human Trick) -- The Future Is Hard to See -- Promise Keeping -- A Balance Between Knowing and Doubting -- Chapter 7: THE GOOD LAWYER SERVES THE TRUE INTERESTS OF CLIENTS -- A Story of a Wise Lawyer -- Being Clear About Aims -- Advocates and Counselors -- The Four Possible Aims of Lawyers -- What's Wrong with 'Winning Is Everything"? -- Lawyers as Hired Guns: What's Wrong With Maximizing Client Autonomy? -- Guru Lawyers: What's Wrong with Simply Doing Right as the Lawyer Sees It? -- Lawyers as Friends: Aiming for Client Goodness -- Establishing Trust -- Involving the Client in the Process -- Categorizing and Framing the Issues -- Identifying and Serving the Client's True Interests -- Thinking Like a Judge, Not a Lawyer -- Chapter 8: THE GOOD LAWYER HAS AMPLE WILLPOWER -- One Persistent Lawyer -- Willpower in a Stress-Filled Profession -- The Importance of Willpower -- Mindsets and Willpower -- Willpower Lessons -- Our Finite Supply of Willpower -- Can Willpower Be Strengthened? -- Emotional Traps that Drain Willpower and Harm Decision-Making -- Making the Future Bigger -- Chapter 9: THE GOOD LAWYER IS PERSUASIVE -- Being Honest and Courageous -- Being Empathetic -- Appealing to Moral Intuitions -- Using Words and Sounds That Stick -- Anchoring and Framing -- Respecting Opponents and Making Strategic Concessions -- Preparing Thoroughly -- Chapter 10: SEEKING QUALITY -- The Trajectory of Careers -- The Nature of Practice and What It Means for Quality -- Creating Environments Where Good Lawyers Can Flourish -- The Scourge of Billable Hours -- What a Good Lawyer Does -- Finding Work that Fits Your Strengths -- If You Are a Good Lawyer, Who Will Know? -- At Career's End: Remembrance of Things Past.

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