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‹ FEATURED DISCUSSION

August 17, 2004

Contingency fees: format, links down

By James R. Copland

Our second Featured Discussion brings together two of the nation's leading experts on legal ethics, Lester Brickman and Richard Painter, to discuss potential ways to improve the legal system through reforming the way lawyers charge contingency fees. For a fuller introduction to their views, see my entry on the main forum page.

Also, in contrast to the usual weblog format, new entries in this Featured Discussion are posted at the bottom rather than the top of the page. So scroll down. Thanks!

Table of contents of the discussion: August 17 Brickman; August 18 Painter; August 19 Brickman; August 20 Painter; August 26 Brickman.

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