This chapter shows how historical notions of the meaning of "zealous advocacy" have evolved into a highly adversarial norm. More and more lawyers, especially those skilled in the use of consensus-building processes such as negotiation and mediation, are finding "zealous advocacy" ineffectual. Macfarlane shows how more sophisticated concepts work to protect clients' interests and get deals done.
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