This brief, realistic problem-based casebook has earned a loyal following for its practice-based approach and its adaptability to various teaching methods. Known as a student favorite, Nathan M. Crystal's casebook brings coherence and clarity To The important topic of professional responsibility. Your course will benefit from these unique features: Reasonable length of the text prevents overwhelming students with too much detail. Suitable for a wide variety of teaching styles, The book has been successfully used in two-and three-hour courses, As well as, In clinical programs. Organization by area of practice and by doctrine within each practice area gives students a feel For The rewards and challenges they may face in particular practice areas, As well as, The opportunity to compare treatment of the same issue in different areas. Extensive teacher's Manual contains sample lesson plans with specific questions and answers for each class, suggestions for role playing and other teaching techniques, and sample syllabi for both two- and three-hour courses. Emphasis on developing sound judgment within the framework of rules of ethics and applicable law prepares students for ethical challenges ahead. Concept of a philosophy of lawyering, found only in the Crystal casebook, equips students to articulate and justify their own philosophies of lawyering. Changes for this edition reflect current developments and extend teaching options: Complete updating of the text, including the Ethics 2000 revisions To The Model Rules, The Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers, The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and multi-jurisdictional practice. Opinions in several major cases, such as Nix v. Whiteside, For instructors who want to incorporate traditional case analysis. New and revised problems addressing Sarbanes-Oxley, multi-jurisdictional and unauthorized practice of law, and conflicts of interest, among others. Inclusion in the Teacher's Manual of syllabi and guidance for instructors who prefer a doctrinal approach. If you have never used Professional Responsibility: Problems of Practice And The Profession, An examination of the Third Edition will demonstrate this book's popularity with both students and instructors.Crystal, Nathan M. is the author of 'Professional Responsibilty Problms Of Practice And The Profession', published 2004 under ISBN 9780735550803 and ISBN 0735550808.