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L95539
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$133 per supplement (2-4 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
online version of 1 volume looseleaf
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1995-03-01
Canada Law Book

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Self-Governing Professions: Digests of Court Decisions (ProView online only)
By: Keith R. Hamilton, B.A., LL.B., LL.M
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$307.00
Description
Stay in touch with the latest issues and learn from the mistakes of others on how to keep your self-governed profession in line with the law. An invaluable research tool, this looseleaf service provides easy access to summaries of recent Canadian court decisions relating to the governance of self-governing professions such as:
  • Law Societies
  • Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons
  • Real Estate Commissions
  • Veterinary Medical Associations
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants – and many others
Updated twice per year, you'll receive insightful coverage on issues such as:
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  • Mobility
  • Unauthorized practice
  • Iintervention in a member's practice
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  • Marketing of professional services
  • A professional's remuneration
  • Professional misconduct
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  • Security of clients' funds – and more!
This resource will provide you with the most authoritative and succinct understanding of the law.

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About the Author
Keith R. Hamilton, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., is a lawyer in private practice in Vancouver, with extensive experience in providing consulting services to self-governing professions. He is a former director of research and planning for the Law Society of British Columbia and the Legal Aid Society of British Columbia. Mr. Hamilton has taught criminal law, advanced criminal procedures, and trial advocacy courses as a faculty member at the University of British Columbia's law school, and participated in numerous continuing legal education programs. He is the author of three legal reference texts and has published articles on a variety of legal topics in legal journals and the Vancouver Sun.