This section contains links to books, videos, and other resources available in the law library related to client representation. It is not an exhaustive set of resources, rather a brief list to help you get started. You may want to search the library catalog using the following key words and subject headings. You may also want to browse the stacks from the call numbers KF250-KF334.
Try using the following keywords and subject headings to find similar titles to the ones listed.
Keywords-enter these terms in a basic keyword search. Materials with these words in their title, description, or subject heading will be retrieved.
Subject Headings-enter these phrases in a subject search to find books categorized with the following Library of Congress Subject headings.
Attorney and client.
Interviewing in law practice--United States.
Attorney and client--United States.
Attorney and client--United States--Decision making.
Attorney and client--United States--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Attorney and client--United States--Psychological aspects.
Attorney and client--United States--States.
There are many books available about client interaction and representation. Below are a few examples. Browse the shelves for the call number in the KF311 range for more options.