|Author:||Phillip A. Swain|
|Publisher:||Federation Press; 1st edition (February 15, 1995)|
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Social workers, however, need to not just know the law, but to understand how law and legal systems can be utilised. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Graduate School of Social Work, La Trobe University. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 29 February 2016.
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The strong nexus between law and social work is beyond dispute:the law informs day-to-day social work practice . Many of you will have contact with the justice system in the course of your practice
The strong nexus between law and social work is beyond dispute:the law informs day-to-day social work practice and administration,and social workers are employe. Many of you will have contact with the justice system in the course of your practice. You may be employed by the courts, law enforcement agencies, or law firms, or you may be hired to consult with any of these entities. Whether as an employee or consultant, you may conduct interviews, prepare reports, and interpret social science information for use in court.
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All those who work in the human services sector are constrained in what can be done by legislative and statutory requirements, and by the ethical and value imperatives of the legal system. Social and welfare workers, however, need to not just know the law, but to understand how law and legal systems can be utilised.
The ethics of social work practice Phillip Swain and Andrew Day Record keeping in social work practice Phillip Swain and Andrew Day Social workers, the law and interpreters Uldis Ozolins Courts and tribunals Simon Rice Evidence Simon Rice. Table of cases Table of statutes Index.
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