How to advocate for people who have problems with the law? A Book Review Communication in Legal Advocacy, Richard Ricke & Randall K. Stutman, South Carolina University Press

Ridwan Arifin
2019 Indonesian Journal of Advocacy and Legal Services  
LAW faculty students are currently required to have abilities not only in terms of theoretical and scientific capacity, but also practice. Law faculty students in many conditions are also very much needed directly by the community in solving various problems faced by the community ranging from small and minor legal issues, to complex and complicated matters. The needs of the community for legal assistance and legal assistance have become unavoidable, especially in the midst of the development
more » ... f the development of information and technology flows and industry in the industrial revolution era 4.0. United States, 2008. This book integrates work in legal theory, communication theory, social science research, and strategic planning to provide a comprehensive analysis of the communication process in trials. Responding to the energizing interest in alternative discipline resolution, calling attention to the ways in which negotiation, mediation, and arbitration interrelate with trials. This study blends traditional Communication in Legal Advocacy (Studies in Rhetoric/Communication) (Hardback) is written by Richard Rieke and Randall K. Stutman and published by University of South Carolina Press,
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