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" ... the lawyer must be allowed to judge. In such matters no client has a right to demand that his counsel shall be illiberal, or that he do anything therein repugnant to his own sense of honor and propriety. "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Virginia State Bar Association - Page 390
by Virginia State Bar Association - 1903
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Transactions, Volume 6

Maryland State Bar Association - 1901
...bill of exceptions, crossing interrogatories, and the like; the attorney must be allowed to judge. No client has a right to demand that his attorney shall...on, the attorney should retire from the cause. 31. Where an attorney has more than one regular client, the oldest client, in the absence of some agreement,...
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Transactions, Volume 7

Maryland State Bar Association - 1902
...bill of exceptions, cross interrogatories, and the like, the attorney must be allowed to judge. No client has a right to demand that his attorney shall...insisted on, the attorney should retire from the cause. 28. Where an attorney during the existence of the relation, has lawfully made an agreement which binds...
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Directory and Annual Report, Volume 7

Colorado Bar Association - Bar associations - 1904
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 20

Canada - 1901
...working substantial prejudice to the rights of the client . . . the attorney must be allowed to judge. No client has a right to demand that his attorney shall...do anything therein repugnant to his own sense of honour and propriety; and if such a course is insisted on, the attorney should retire from the catuse."...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 20

Canada - 1901
.... . the attorney must be allowed to judge. No client has a right to demand that his attorney f-hall be illiberal in such matters, or that he should do anything therein repugnant to his own sense of honour and propriety; and if such a course is insisted on, the attorney should retire from the caluse."...
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The Bar: West Virginia, Volume 9

Law - 1902
...attorney must be allowed to judge. No client has a right to demand that bis attorney shall be liberal in such matters, or that he should do anything therein...predicting results, admonish attorneys to beware of bold and confident assurance to clients, especially where the employment depends upon the assurance and...
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American Law School Review, Volume 1

Law - 1911
...a bill of exceptions, cross interrogatories and the like; the attorney must be allowed to judge. No client has a right to demand that his attorney shall...the attorney should retire from the cause. 31. The miscarriages to which justice iť subject, and the uncertainty of predicting results, admonish attorneys...
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American Law School Review, Volume 3

Law - 1911
...judge. In such matters no client has a right to demand that his counsel shall be illiberal, or that he do anything therein repugnant to his own sense of honor and propriety. 25. Taking Technical Advantage of Opposite Counsel — Agreements with Him A lawyer should not ignore...
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The Bulletin of the Commercial Law League of America, Volume 17

Commercial law - 1912
...judge. In such matters no client has a right to demand that his counsel shall be illiberal, or that he do anything therein repugnant to his own sense of honor and propriety. 85. Taking Technical Advantage of Opposite Counsel; Agreements with tnm. A lawyer should not ignore...
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Rules for Admission to the Bar

Admission to the bar - 1902
...judge. In such matters no client has a right to demand that his counsel shall be illiberal, or that he do anything therein repugnant to his own sense of honor and propriety. Annot. Authority of attorney as to conduct of litigation, see Attorney and Client, Cent. Dig. §§...
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