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Roundtable: How Do You Make a Decision When the Legal Answer is "Maybe"?

June M. Besek

Title:
Roundtable: How Do You Make a Decision When the Legal Answer is "Maybe"?
Author(s):
Besek, June M.
Date:
Type:
Articles
Department:
Law
Volume:
34
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Book/Journal Title:
Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts
Abstract:
"We wanted to conclude the day by focusing on how you move forward and make a decision when the legal answer is unclear, as it often is. We’ve touched on this throughout the day; I know that [he] talked about it a little bit on his panel and everybody alluded to it at various points. How do you make a decision? How can you move forward on some level if you’re not absolutely certain of where you stand as a legal matter?"
Subject(s):
Law
Conference papers and proceedings
Law--Decision making
Decision making--Moral and ethical aspects
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Suggested Citation:
June M. Besek, 2010, Roundtable: How Do You Make a Decision When the Legal Answer is "Maybe"?, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:10461.

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