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FRECUENCIA DE USO DEL TÉRMINO «CAB RANK» A LO LARGO DEL TIEMPO
El gráfico expresa la evolución anual de la frecuencia de uso de la palabra «cab rank» en los últimos 500 años. Su implementación se basa en el análisis de la frecuencia de aparición del término «cab rank» en las fuentes impresas digitalizadas del inglés publicadas desde el año 1500 hasta la actualidad.
Citas, bibliografía en inglés y actualidad sobre cab rank
EJEMPLOS DE USO
10 LIBROS DEL INGLÉS RELACIONADOS CON «CAB RANK»
Descubre el uso de cab rank en la siguiente selección bibliográfica. Libros relacionados con cab rank y pequeños extractos de los mismos para contextualizar su uso en la literatura.
Australian Essential Legal Ethics
Duty of a barrister Cab rank rule The situation is different for barristers, owing to
the 'cab rank' rule, where they are professionally bound to accept a brief in any
court in which they practise. In the case of Rondel v Worsely (1969) (HL), Lord ...
Geoff Monahan, 2001
English Lawyers Between Market and State: The Politics of ...
The Mvth of the Cab Rank' (1990) 140 NLJ 558; The "Cab Rank- Illusion' ( 1990)
134 SJ 499: Cab-Rank Rule Loses its Sting", LSG (9.5.90) 3: Bar's Welcome for
Cab-Rank Amendment (1990) 140 XLJ 654; New -Cab-Rank" Amendment ...
Richard L. Abel, 2003
Lawyers' Ethics and the Pursuit of Social Justice: A ...
In the English institutional context in which the advocacy ideal of loyalty to the
client was classically articulated, the equilibrating mechanism is the “cab- rank”
principle, requiring the barrister to take the brief text offered and to argue that
Susan D. Carle, 2005
Inside Lawyers' Ethics
Part of the justification for barristers who choose to represent, for example,
tobacco, gaming, liquor or armaments companies is to be found in the cab-rank
rule, even though that rule grew out of the need to protect relatively powerless ...
Christine Parker, Adrian Evans, 2013
Common Sense Rules of Advocacy for Lawyers: A Practical ...
It's called “the cab- rank rule,” and it came into existence in the first place to avoid
unpopular defendants finding themselves at a trial with no one to represent them.
It doesn't matter what you think of the case. It's your duty to take it and do your ...
Keith Evans, 2010
Unlocking The English Legal System
The rule is called the 'cab-rank rule' because an analogy is drawn with customers
queuing for a taxi cab. The taxi driver cannot refuse to carry a passenger just
because he does not like the look of them; this is contrary to the rules governing ...
Rebecca Huxley-Binns, Jacqueline Martin, 2013
Fair treatment under para 305 would include fair representation, though this
concept is specifically enshrined in para 602 of the Code and is known as the '
cab-rank rule'. A self-employed barrister must comply with the 'cab-rank rule' and
Ros Carne, 2010
The English Legal System
Not everyone is in favour of fusion and there are a number of reasons why fusion
should not occur, the most notable being: • loss of specialist expertise • reduction
in the standard of advocacy • loss of the 'cab rank rule' • loss of professional ...
Alisdair Gillespie, 2013
English Legal System Directions
Barristers are subject to what is called the 'cab rank' principle which means that a
barrister must accept a case referred by a solicitor provided that it is in their area
of practice, they are available, and a reasonable fee is payable. The 'cab rank' ...
Rebecca Mitchell, Tony Storey, 2011
Q&A Business Law 2009-2010
This essay question expects the student to demonstrate a knowledge of the 'cabrank rule' and how the rule impacts on the role of the practising barrister. • Define
and explain the 'cab rank rule'. • Illustrate with an example. • Discuss the ...
Janice Denoncourt, 2009
10 NOTICIAS EN LAS QUE SE INCLUYE EL TÉRMINO «CAB RANK»
Conoce de qué se habla en los medios de comunicación nacionales e internacionales y cómo se emplea el término cab rank en el contexto de las siguientes noticias.
Rail firms 'should pay for roads near stations'
... to ban taxis from inside Waverley, requiring £1 million of improvements to Market Street to create room for a new cab rank and drop-off zones. «Edinburgh Evening News, Jun 15»
Valley woman's litter fine after ditching parking ticket
... legal reasons, was issued with a fixed penalty notice for illegal parking after she left her vehicle in the licensed cab rank at Ammanford's Wind ... «South Wales Guardian, Jun 15»
Manchester United linked with Ilkay Gundogan and Dani Alves
That means that United move up the cab rank for him, but he'd be daft not to join Bayern if he was given the opportunity. That would, in turn, free ... «The Busby Babe, Jun 15»
The real reason you can't get a taxi
EVER wondered why you just can't get a cab in the city? While you're waiting at the cab rank hundreds of taxi drivers are likely waiting too. «NEWS.com.au, Jun 15»
New front in the cab wars
THE taxis you don't see on cruising Melbourne's streets, or sitting on a cab rank, are hiding in plain sight. Up to 200 or more turn Melbourne ... «Herald Sun, Jun 15»
Long live the cab rank
More seriously, the story raises questions about the cab rank rule. I hope that the state of affairs reported in the New York Times would not ... «Law Gazette, Abr 15»
Los Angeles and Las Vegas were magical destinations for my BA …
BA rep Molly meets me at LAX and ushers me to the cab rank for a ride in the rain to my hotel in West Hollywood, the delightful boutique oasis ... «mirror.co.uk, Abr 15»
Taxi ride-sharing app Maaxi launches to join a crowded cab rank
Maaxi, the black cab ride-sharing app will be launched today, joining the line-up in an already-competitive London taxi market. But founder and ... «CITY A.M., Abr 15»
Club culture: a guide to London's nightlife – by Little Simz
When you're leaving a club you always need a kebab place nearby, or a cab rank right there and Birthdays has all that on its doorstep. I can't ... «The Guardian, Abr 15»
Labour's non-dom adviser represented celebrity tax dodge film …
Barristers traditionally say we have the cab rank rule, which means I'm obliged to accept whatever instructions come my way. I don't find that ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Abr 15»