capstone

  • Representing Organizational Clients, (2012) (Other)
  • Alexander, Charlotte S.; Learning to be Lawyers, Learning to be Lawyers: Professional Identity and the Law School Curriculum, 70 Maryland Law Review No. 2 pp.465 - 483 (2011) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Carle, Susan; Integrating Social Justice Issues in Legal Ethics Teaching , NIFTEP Summer 2012 Workshop, Integrating Social Justice Issues in Legal Ethics Teaching The Banff Centre - Banff, Alberta, Canada (2012) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Center for Professional Values, New York Law School; Institute for Information Law and Policy, New York Law School; Program on the Legal Profession, Harvard Law School; Future Ed-Pt1, New York Law School, New York City (USA) (conference listing)
  • City Law School, London; Higher Education Academy; Teaching Legal Ethics UK June 2012, Teaching Legal Ethics UK Workshop 2, 2 – 10, Princeton Street, London WC1R 4BH, United Kingdom (UK) (conference listing)
  • City Law School, London; Nottingham Law School; Higher Education Academy, UK; Fishing for Values, Teaching Legal Ethics UK: Fishing for Values in Legal Education: why should I want to introduce ethics into the LLB - and what does “ethics” mean in this context?, Nottingham Law School (UK) (conference listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen; Ethics for an Outsourced Government, U.S. Office of Government Ethics, Orlando, FL (2011) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen; Professional Responsibility and Ethics in the Global Legal Market, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia (2012) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen ; Ethical Standards for Government Legal Advisors - The Torture Memos , Doshisha University Law School, Kyoto (2005) (Japan) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen ; Torture Memos & Lawyers' Ethics, Wisconsin Department of Justice Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Madison, Wisconisin (2005) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen ; Ethics for an Outsourced Government, Administrative Conference of the United States, Washington DC (2011) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen; Buying Silence, Association of Professional Responsibility Lawers, Buying Silence: Confidentiality, Professional Role & Financial Incentives for Whistleblowers Chicago (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen; How Important Are Prosecutors in Deterring Corruption?, American Association of University Women - DC Branch, Are Prosecutors Irrelevant? The Criminal Law’s Minimal Role in Deterring Corruption Washington, DC (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Clark, Kathleen; The Law of Whistleblowing , American Society for Public Administration, New Orleans (2013) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Alexander, Charlotte; Developing Professional Judgment, The Ethics Project in Legal Education, London: Routledge-Cavendish pp.79-101 London
    Developing Professional Judgment: Law School Innovations in Response to the Carnegie Foundation's Critique of American Legal Education
    (2010) (UK) (Published) (book chapter listing)
  • Curcio, Andrea A; Dogra, Nisha; Ward, Teresa E.; Study of Student Attitudes About the Role Culture Plays in Lawyering Process, Educating Culturally Sensible Lawyers; A Study of Student Attitudes About the Role Culture Plays in the Lawyering Process, 16 Univ. W. Sydney L. Rev. pp.98 - 126 (2012) (Australia) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Downie, Jocelyn; Devlin, Richard; A Schulichian Show and Tell , A Schulichian Show and Tell (including Collaborative Teaching as Interpretive Dance), (2012) (Canada) (teaching material listing)
  • Evans, Adrian; Positive case for mandatory ethics assessment of lawyers, Positive case for mandatory ethics assessment of lawyers, International Bar Association Professional Ethics Committee E-Newsletter (2009) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Faith Rivers James; Elon Leadership Program, Spotlight on the Leadership Program, Elon University School of Law, (USA) (Published) (other resource listing)
  • Faith Rivers James; Elon Leadership Syllabus, Lawyering, Leadership & Professionalism - Syllabus (Elon University School of Law), (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Ferris, Graham; Duncan, Nigel; Fishing for Values in Legal Education - Report, Teaching Legal Ethics UK: Fishing for Values in Higher Legal Education, Fishing for Values in Legal Education: why should I want to introduce ethics into the LLB - and what does “ethics” mean in this context? - Report Nottingham Law School (2012) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Garry W. Jenkins ; Ohio State Leadership Syllabus, Lawyers as Leaders Syllabus (Ohio State Moritz College of Law), (teaching material listing)
  • Georgia State University -W.Lee Burge Endowment for Law & Ethics; Fordham University-Louis Stein Center for Law & Ethics; Mercer University-Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism ; University of St. Thomas-Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions; University of South Carolina-Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism; NIFTEP, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism, Georgia (USA) (conference listing)
  • Institute for Law Teaching & Learning; Gonzaga University; Washburn School of Law; William H. Bowen School of Law; Institute for Law Teaching and Learning—Summer 2016 Conference, Institute for Law Teaching and Learning—Summer 2016 Conference “Real-World Readiness” , Washburn University School of Law - Topeka, Kansas (USA) (conference listing)
  • International Association of Legal Ethics; City Law School, City University London; ILEC 6, 6th International Legal Ethics Conference, City University London (UK) (conference listing)
  • International Bar Associations: Academic & Professional Development Committee, Bar Issues Commission, Professional Ethics Committee; Ethics Requirements for Bar Admission, Does legal education need to give higher priority to teaching ethics and professional judgment? If so, what can be the role for professional bodies and regulatory agencies in promoting such change? , Dublin, Ireland (conference listing)
  • International Journal of Clinical Legal Education; Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education; 2016 International Clinical Education Conference, International Journal of Clinical Legal Education/Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education 2016 conference - The Risks and Rewards of Clinic, University of Toronto (Canada) (conference listing)
  • Kathleen Clark; The Law of Whistleblowing: The U.S. Experience, Presentation to Russian Ministry of Labor Roundtable Discussion on the Protection of Whistleblowers - Nov. 14, 2012 (Moscow) (2012) (Other) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Kathleen Clark; Ethics for Government Lawyers, Legal Ethics for Government Lawyers (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Lerman, Lisa; Teaching students to grapple with ethical dilemmas, Teaching students to grapple with ethical dilemmas: Using complex problems and small groups in class, (2012) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Litaba, Oyiela; Ethical reflection and decision making: A three step process , Ethical reflection and decision making: A three step process (As suggested by Parker and Evans, Inside Lawyers Ethics – Chapter 1), (2012) (Australia) (teaching material listing)
  • Maute, Judith L.; Lawyering in the 21st Century: A Capstone Course on the Law and Ethics of Lawyering, 51 Saint Louis University Law Journal pp.1291 - 1315 (2007) (USA) (journal article listing)
  • Mike Millemann; LEAD Initiative, Leadership, Ethics, and Democracy Building Initiative at the University of Maryland School of Law, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism; Teaching Legal Ethics UK; American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism; NIFTEP Summer 2014 Workshop, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Summer 2014 Workshop, Gray’s Inn Campus of the City Law School, London, England (UK) (conference listing)
  • National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism; Mercer University - Walter F. George School of law; American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism; NIFTEP Fall 2016 Workshop, Fall 2016 Workshop: “Educational Interventions to Cultivate Professional Identity in Law Students.", Mercer University - Walter F. George School of Law (USA) (conference listing)
  • National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism; Competency in Identifying Ethical Issues, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Spring 2009 Workshop, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • New Hampshire Supreme Court; Franklin Pierce Law School; New Hampshire Board of Bar Examiners; Society of American Law Teachers (SALT); New Hampshire Two-Year Bar Exam, A Performance-Based Approach to Licensing Lawyers: The New Hampshire “Two-Year Bar Examination”, Pierce Law School, Concord, New Hampshire (USA) (conference listing)
  • Newman, JoNel; Nicolson, Donald; Swain, Melissa; The Clinic Effect, ILEC6, The Clinic Effect: Ethical Professional Identity Formation in Law Students London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • NIFTEP; Conveying Appropriate Messages to Law Students, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Fall 2009 Workshop, (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; Developing Moral Decision-making & Designing a Course That Matters, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism 2007 Workshop, (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; Professional Competence, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism 2006 Workshop, (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Law School, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism 2005 Workshop, (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; NIFTEP-International Perspectives on Teaching Legal Ethics & Professionalism , National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Summer 2012 Workshop, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; NIFTEP-Teaching Legal Ehics & Professionalism in Criminal Justice, National Institute for Teaching Legal Ethics & Professionalism Spring 2012 Workshop on Criminal Justice, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; Bar Discipline - What do we know and what should we teach?, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Fall 2011 Workshop, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; Teaching Law & Ethics in a Global Context, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Spring 2011 Workshop, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • NIFTEP; Ethics & Professionalism in a Time of Crisis, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Spring 2010 Workshop on Ethics & Economic Crisis, (USA) (website or blog listing)
  • Nigel Duncan; Clark Cunningham; ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING, ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT: A TEACHING EXERCISE, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Summer 2012 Workshop, ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING, ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT: A TEACHING EXERCISE The Banff Centre - Banff, Alberta, Canada (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Ohio Moritz College of Law; Ohio State Law & Leadership Program, Program on Law & Leadership (Ohio Moritz College of Law), (USA) (Published) (other resource listing)
  • Pearce, Russell; RedStateBlueStatefilm, Lawyers Role as a Construction of Political Philosophy: FIlm & Viewer's Guide, (2009) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Pearce, Russell; White Lawyering, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Proifessionalism Summer 2014, White Lawyering London, England (2014) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Tucsa, Emanuel R.; The "Torture Memos", International Legal Ethics Conference 5, Lawyering against Legality: A Consideration of the OLC “Torture Memos” Through the Lens of the Legal Theory of Lon Fuller University of Calgary (host), Banff, Alberta (2012) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Tucsa, Emanuel R.; Conceptions of Objectivity, Canadian Association for Legal Ethics AGM & Conference, Conceptions of Objectivity – Understanding the Nature of Morality for the Purpose of Doing Legal Ethics University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (2013) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Tucsa, Emanuel R.; Lawyers & Philosophers: Mutually Supporting Perspectives, Canadian Association for Legal Ethics AGM & Conference, Practicing Lawyers and Philosophers: Mutually Supporting Perspectives on Legal Ethics Western University, London, Ontario (2014) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Tucsa, Emanuel R.; Knowledge and Fidelity, International Legal Ethics Conference 6, Knowledge and Fidelity: Considering the Relationship between the Lawyer's Role in Making Knowledge about Law Available and the Lawyer’s Duty of Fidelity to Law City University of London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Tucsa, Emanuel R.; Epistemology for Legal Ethics, International Legal Ethics Conference 7, An Epistemology for Legal Ethics: The Need for Intellectually Virtuous Lawyers Fordham University, New York City (2016) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)