CHING, J. and JARMAN, J., 2017. “Put yourself in my place…”. Vulnerability theory and ethical dilemmas in a fractured legal sector. In: Workshop on Professionalism and Vulnerability, University of Leeds, Leeds, 27-28 October 2017. “Hello, Jane? You might not remember me but you taught me five years ago. Sorry to bother you, but have you […]
Legal Ethics Journal, ‘Correspondent’s Report from England and Wales’, Janine Griffith-Baker. The affect of the current financial crisis on the UK Legal Profession; Consideration of alternative billing structures; Discussion of the Law Society’s publication of Kim Economides and Justine Rogers’ report on Preparatory Ethics Training For Future Solicitors.
Death masks and professional masks: community, values and ethics in legal education, Paul Maharg. This article is a case study of simulation as a way of learning values and ethics, an approach implemented curriculum-wide within a postgraduate, professional legal education programme in Scotland, called the Diploma in Legal Practice.
Ferris, G. and Johnson, N., 2017. Should lawyers acknowledge whom they represent in public discourse? Legal Ethics. ISSN 1460-728X Political rule depends upon public discourse as it requires negotiation and compromise of conflicting interests. Public discourse includes activities that can be described as cause lawyering, lobbying, and rule entrepreneurship. The rule of law supports public […]
FERRIS, G., 2015 Uses of values in legal education. Intersentia: Cambridge. ISBN 9781780681238
The Legal Education Group is a discussion group, organised by the Centre for Legal Education but open to everyone (including, if your line manager says yes, subject administrators). It positively benefits from bringing together people from across the school. The spring meeting focussed on ethics and identity and was led by Graham Ferris. Graham began […]
This Newsletter summarises the Nottingham Law School’s 5th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference on 14th May 2013. Andrea Nollent, Dean of Nottingham Law School, opened the conference by challenging the audience to consider the future of legal education, of law jobs, of training, and of our role in that future, locally, nationally and internationally. Notwithstanding […]
MAHARG, P., 2014. Death masks and professional masks: community, values and ethics in legal education. REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria, 12 (3), pp. 127-152. ISSN 1696-1412
Legal Ethics Journal, ‘Reviewing Legal Ethics and Legal Education in England and Wales: An Unenviable Task?’, Griffiths-Baker, Janine. This text looks at how legal ethics and legal education in England and Wales can be rethought. It explains that first changes must be made to the academic phase of training, with students being exposed to ethical […]
WEBB, J., CHING, J., MAHARG, P. and SHERR, A., 2013. Setting standards: the future of legal services education and training regulation in England and Wales: the final report of the Legal Education and Training Review independent research team, June 2013. Research report for external body. Legal Education and Training Review. http://letr.org.uk/the-report/index.html