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Beyond common law countries

Submitted by Juan Beca on Wed, 07-23-2014
Beca, Juan
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International Legal Ethics Conference VI
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This presentation is part of a larger panel. It adresseswhy a course imn ethics is necesary, the importance to teach students how to deal with ethical dilemmas, and if it is best to tech ethics in one single course or transversal in the curriculum.
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