Faculty: William Chriss
Public perception of attorneys is a source of concern for many in the profession. This course explores the issue, its roots and implications.
Cost: 1.50 Credit or $70.00
In this program, attorney and historian William J. Chriss examines the public’s current low regard for the legal profession and explains how that perception is fueled by public misconceptions about what lawyers do. He draws on history and current events to present a compelling defense of the profession and the rule of law. Based on his new book, The Noble Lawyer.
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This course is applicable within any legal specialty.