The Lawyer’s Responsibilty to Clients and Access to Justice

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

“The Lawyer’s Responsibilty to Clients and Access to Justice” 

This “great debate” features two accomplished advocates staking out their position on the “cab rank” rule, under which a lawyer is obliged to take on the next client “in line at the queue,” irrespective of the lawyer’s view of the morality of the client or the client’s conduct. Faculty of Law event – Nov. 3, 2009

Chair: Robert Armstrong with Edward Greenspan Q.C. and Alan Hutchinson

To watch the video of the debate, click  HERE

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