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FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The publication of a special issue on client counseling in a major law review demonstrates the growing acceptance of legal interviewing and counseling as a subject worthy of academic discourse and appropriate for study in a law school classroom. David A. Binder and Susan C. Price's Legal Interviewing and Counseling: A Client-Centered Approach is one of the widely adopted textbooks available to train law students in these important lawyering skills. |What sets Binder and Price's volume apart from its competitors is its concise and relatively jargon-free exposition of a legal interviewing and counseling model. Binder, a law professor at UCLA, and Price, a Ph.D. associated with UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Institute, refrain from presenting their readers with either a haphazard smorgasbord of abstract generalizations and "helpful hints" or a ponderous discourse on psychological theory. Rather, they provide a paradigm of the legal interview which makes what often seems nebulous, abstract, and even mysterious appear purposeful, structured, and comprehensible...
18 Creighton L. Rev. 1427 (1984-1985)
Creighton University School of Law