From the series Foundations of the American Law of Lawyering, Michael H. Hoeflich, General Series Editor. Countryman, Edwin. The Ethics of Compensation for Professional Services: An Address Before the Albany Law School and an Answer to Hostile Critiques. Originally published: Albany: W.C. Little & Co., 1882. xii (v-xii new introduction), 150 pp. Reprinted 2016 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. With a new introduction by Michael H. Hoeflich, John H. & John M. Kane Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Kansas School of Law. ISBN-13: 9781616194741. ISBN-13: 161619474X. Hardcover. New. $49.95 * A controversial address given by Edwin Countryman at Albany Law School in 1881 in which Countryman makes the case for permitting lawyers to utilize contingent fee arrangements. Edwin Countryman [1833-1915] was a New York attorney who served as justice of the Supreme Court of New York for the Sixth Judicial District. He was the author of The Supreme Court of the United States: with a review of certain decisions relating to its appellate power under the Constitution (1913).
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