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Companion to the Solicitors Code of Conduct 2nd ed isbn 9781853288036

Companion to the Solicitors Code of Conduct

ISBN13: 9781853286186
New Edition ISBN: 9781853288036
Published: October 2007
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Also Available - The Solicitors' Code of Conduct 2007

The Solicitors' Code of Conduct affects all solicitors in England and Wales. It introduces key changes in a number of areas, including client relations, conflicts of interest, client confidentiality, supervision and management.

This companion to the code helps practitioners understand the nature of the changes and to counter the practical problems that may occur. Easy to navigate and comprehensive, this companion resource offers:

  • A chapter on each new rule, following the same structure as the Code for easy cross-referencing
  • Analysis of the new rule compared to the old in order to identify differences
  • A chapter highlighting areas covered in the previous set of rules but not covered in the new Code.

Professional Conduct and Ethics
1. Core duties
2. Client relations
3. Conflicts of interests
4. Confidentiality and disclosure
5. Business management in England and Wales
6. Avoiding discrimination
7. Publicity
8. Fee sharing
9. Referrals of business
10. Relations with third parties
11. Litigation and advocacy
12. Framework of practice
13. In-house practice
14. Incorporated practice
15. Overseas practice
16. European cross-border practice
17. Insolvency practice
18. Property selling
19. Financial services
20. Requirements of practice
21. Separate businesses
22. Waivers
23. Application
24. Interpretation
25. Commencement and repeals.