Acknowledged author Susan Fortney wrote Legal Malpractice Law: Problems and Prevention, 2d (American Casebook Series) comprising 625 pages back in 2014. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 0314287531 and 9780314287533. Since then Legal Malpractice Law: Problems and Prevention, 2d (American Casebook Series) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $45.98 or rent at the marketplace.
Legal Malpractice Law is a practical, problem-oriented text designed for use in elective courses on Legal Malpractice, Professional Liability, Advanced Legal Ethics, or Advanced Torts, or in required Professional Responsibility classes that want to focus more on malpractice than on discipline. Each chapter includes explanatory text that relies on recent cases, code provisions, statutes, and commentary. A small number of tightly edited principal cases offer insight into the current state of legal malpractice law. The problems, including many that are based on actual controversies, deal with liability concerns that practitioners encounter. The book covers claims brought by clients and non-clients. It also integrates malpractice prevention lessons. Relevant ethics rules are discussed. A comprehensive teacher’s manual analyzes each of the book's fifty-one discussion problems in a clear question-and-answer format designed to simplify class preparation. The teacher's manual includes sample syllabii for using the textbook in a Legal Malpractice or Professional Responsibility course.