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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.
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