I'm seeking a book, written for the consumer or greenhorn with no knowledge of law, that advises on how to assess, deal with, find, manage, scrutinize, ... your lawyer. Particularly, I want to learn about any covert, obscure, veiled insider devices, tips and tricks used by lawyers. For example, are there any dangers or menaces of which I should be aware, such as about how bad lawyers manipulate fees, etc...?
http://www.amazon.com/Choose-Right-L.../dp/0557707110 exemplifies but has no reviews.
Books or Resources - Secrets about Lawyers for Laypeople watch
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- 16-08-2014 10:46
- 17-08-2014 11:10
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