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How to Fight for What's Right

How to Fight for What's Right

The Citizen's Guide to Public Interest Law

By John Swaigen

$12.95 Paperback
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How to Fight for What's Right is a guide for both lawyers and lay people offering guidance through the legal thickets they face when they take on government and business in the courts.
This book will meet the needs of environmentalists, civil rights organizations, consumer groups, lawyers, and legal staff of community law clinics--it's the guide that shows citizen groups how to use the legal system to their advantage.
First published in 1981, How to Fight for What's Right remains a practical and useful guide to advocacy and the law.

"John Swaigen has condensed everything that Canadian public interest advocates need to know about law but were too busy to find out."

- Kai Millyard Greenpeace Foundation

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 152 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 1981
ISBN: 9780888624222
Format: 9in x 5.75in

BISAC Code:  LAW034000, LAW071000
Imprint: Lorimer


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