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  • Signet Accreditation,
  • Ethics Education - Denver,
  • Burridge, Roger ; Webb, Julian; The values of common law legal education reprised, The values of common law legal education reprised, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.263 - 269 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • ABA Standards Review Committee; Proposed ABA Accreditation Standards, Report of Subcommittee on Student Learning Outcomes (redline to January 2011 draft), Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (2011) (USA) (Published electronically only) (report or study listing)
  • 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)
  • Ashford, Chris; Duncan, Nigel; Guth, Jessica; Perspectives on Legal Education, Perspectives on Legal Education: Contemprary responses to the Lord Upjohn Lectures, Routledge London (2015) (UK) (Published) (book listing)
  • Association of Law Teachers; Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference - Legal Education: Making a Difference, Clare College, Cambridge (UK) (conference listing)
  • Barton, Karen; Cunningham, Clark D.; Jones, Gregory T.; Maharg, Paul; Valuing What Clients Think, Valuing What Clients Think: Standardized Clients and the Assessment of Communicative Competence, 13 Clinical Law Review pp.1 - 65 (2006) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Bradney, Antony; Elite Values, Elite Values in Twenty-First Century, United Kingdom, Law Schools, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.291 - 301 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Buhai, Sande; Fact pattern for 2011 NIFTEP, (teaching material listing)
  • Burnham, Scott J.; Teaching Legal Ethics in Contracts, 41 Journal of Legal Education pp.105 (1991) (USA) (journal article listing)
  • Burns, Robert P.; Teaching the Basic Ethics Class, Teaching the Basic Ethics Class through Simulation: The Northwestern Program in Advocacy and Professionalism, 58 Law & Contemp. Probs pp.37 (1995) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Burns, Robert P., Geraghty, Thomas F and Lubet, Steven; Exercises and Problems, Exercises and Problems in Professional Responsibility, (2001) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Burridge, Roger; Webb, Julian; On Liberal Neutrality, the Value of Experience and the Loneliness of the Long-Distance Academic, On Liberal Neutrality, the Value of Experience and the Loneliness of the Long-Distance Academic: Further Reflections on the Values of a Common Law legal education, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.339 - 354 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Caroline Gibby ; Ethics and the Firm meeting , Teaching Legal Ethics , Ethics and the Firm meeting : Using the firm meeting as an opportunity to engage students in ethics and professional conduct dilemma London (2016) (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, City University, London; Burge Foundation; Teaching Ethics in the Law Curriculum, A workshop to share and explore ideas about teaching legal ethics in the context of UK higher education, 2-10, Princeton Street, London WC1R 4BH (UK) (conference listing)
  • City Law School, City, University of London; Society of Legal Scholars; Profession Education and Regulation in Law, Australian National University; Portsmouth University; Educating for Wellbeing in Professional Practice, Educating for Wellbeing in Professional Practice, City Law School, Gray's Inn, London, WC1R 5DX (UK) (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)
  • Conley, John M.; How Bad is it Out There?: Teaching and Learning About the State of the Legal Profession in North Carolina, 82 North Carolina Law Review pp.1943 (2004) (USA) (journal article listing)
  • Cook, Nancy; Story Exchange Exercise, University of Minnesota Law School’s Practice and Professionalism Course: Story Exchange Exercise, (2009) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Corrada, Roberto L. and Thomson, David; Carnegie Integrated Course Template, (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Cownie, Fiona; (Re)Evaluating Values, (Re)Evaluating Values: a response to Burridge and Webb, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.302 - 311 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark; Roberts, Tiffany; Gaffney, Kate; TransitionToPracticeCourse, Transition to Practice Course - Georgia State University, (2015) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Practice-Based Approach to Teaching Ethics, 'How can we give up our child?' A practice-based approach to teaching legal ethics, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.312 - 328 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article 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)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; How To Explain Confidentiality, How to Explain Confidentiality, 9 Clinical Law Review No. 2 pp.579 - 621 (2003) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Practice-Based Teaching, "How Can We Give Up Our Child?" A Practice-Based Approach to Teaching Legal Ethics, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education No. 42 pp.312 (2008) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Learning How To Be A Lawyer, Profession and Academy: How Are They Addressing Major Changes in Law Practice?, University of Maryland School of Law (2010) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; CLEReg2010, Continuing Legal Education Regulators' Association, Ideas for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism posted at www.teachinglegalethics.org/content/clereg2010 New York City (2010) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Simon Eviction Simulation, Teaching the Duty of Confidentiality through the Simon Eviction Simulation, (2010) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; OPM Teaching Exercise, Sixth Annual Symposium on the Teaching of Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, CONFLICTS, CONFIDENTIALITY AND REPRESENTING A CORPORATE ENTITY University of New Brunswick, Canada (2011) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Lawyers Clients Consider Worthless, Should American Law Schools Continue to Graduate Lawyers Whom Clients Consider Worthless?, 70 Maryland Law Review No. 2 pp.499 - 512 (2011) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Development of the Standardized Client Assessment, Performance-Based Evaluation of Lawyer-Client Communication: The Development of the Standardized Client Assessment, (2013) (USA) (Published electronically only) (work in progress listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Courage, Varieties of Virtue Ethics, Courage: Operationalizing Research on Virtue Ethics and Moral Development for Professional Education Univeristy of Oxford (2015) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; LearningPR, Learning Professional Responsibility for the Practice of Law: the Way Forward, (2015) (USA) (Other) (work in progress listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; ClientRelationshipCourse, The Client Relationship Course - Georgia State University, (2016) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Cunningham, Clark D.; Alexander, Charlotte S.; Roberts, Tiffany; Fundamentals of Law Practice, Fundamentals of Law Practice Course - Georgia State University, (2017) (USA) (teaching material 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)
  • de Freitas, Sara; Maharg, Paul; Digital Games and Learning, Digital Games and Learning. Perspectives on Game-Based Learning, Continuum Publishing London (2010) (UK) (Accepted for publication) (book listing)
  • Drake, Phil; Toddington, Stuart; Nicolson, Donald; Curran, Eleanor; Bright, Keren; Duncan, Nigel; Ferris, Graham; Webley, Lisa; Workshop on responding to the LETR, Teaching Legal Ethics UK: Workshop on responding to the Legal Education and Training Review, Teaching Legal Ethics UK: Workshop on responding to the Legal Education and Training Review The City Law School, London, UK (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; Ethics at the Professional Stage, 8th Worldwide Conference of the Global Alliance for Justice Education, Ethics at the Professional Stage of Legal Education in the UK Anadolu University (2015) (Turkey) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel ; Ethical Practice and Clinical Legal Education, 7 International Journal of Clinical Legal Education No. 1 pp.7 (2005) (UK) (journal article listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; Preparing Ethical Lawyers: , Preparing Ethical Lawyers: A Prescription and a Practical Proposal, 13 Legal Ethics No. 1 pp.79 - 92 (2010) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; Addressing Emotions in Preparing Ethical Lawyers, The Impact of emotions on learning and teaching the law, Ashgate Farnham
    Addressing Emotions in Preparing Ethical Lawyers
    (2011) (UK) (Accepted for publication) (book chapter listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; Cunningham, Clark D.; Oettinger, Emma; AML-Ethics, Anti-Money Laundering, Legal Ethics & Professional Judgment: A Teaching Exercise, (2011) (UK) (teaching material listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; AML-Ethics--Summer12, NIFTEP Su12, Banff, Canada (2012) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; A future for legal education: professional development and ethics, Engaging Legal Education: Higher Education Academy Law Summit - learning and teaching, A future for legal education: professional development and ethics Loughborough University (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel; Licensing Lawyers in England, Training and Licensing Lawyers In England and Wales, 74 Bar Examiner No. 4 pp.16 - 20 (2005) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel J; Developing Values in Business Education, Developing Values in Business Education, The European Business Review No. July-August pp.80 - 83 (2102) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Duncan, Nigel J.; Kay, Susan L.; Addressing Lawyer Competence, Ethics and Professionalism, The Global Clinical Movement: Educating Lawyers for Social Justice, Oxford University Press pp.183 New York (2010) (USA) (Accepted for publication) (book chapter listing)
  • Evans, Adrian; Southern Exposure, Southern Exposure: 'Post'-Liberalism and moral recovery in Australian legal education, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.329 - 338 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Ferguson, Anneka; Professional Practice Core, Professional Practice Corse (Course Description), (2012) (Australia) (teaching material listing)
  • Fisk, Catherine L. and Southworth, Ann; Our Institutional Commitment, (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Fisk, Catherine L. and Southworth, Ann; Ethics in Contemporary Practice, The Legal Profession: Ethics in Contemporary Practice, (2014) (USA) (Published) (journal article 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)
  • Glesner Fines, Barbara; Assessment for PR, Outcomes Assessment in Professional Responsibility, (USA) (Other) (work in progress listing)
  • Glesner Fines, Barbara A.; Team-Based Learning in PR, NIFTEP 2012, Barbara Glesner Fines, Powerpoint Presentation: Using Team Based Learning in Professional Responsibility - NIFTEP 2012 Banff (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Grosberg, Lawrence; Medical Education Again Provides a Model for Law Schools: The Standardized Patient Becomes the Standardized Client, 51 Journal of Legal Education No. 2 pp.212 - 234 (2001) (journal article listing)
  • Hodgson, Jennifer L.; Lamson, Angela L.; Feldhousen, Elizabeth B.; Learning From Other Professions: The Standardized Client Initiative (SCI), 33 Journal of Marital and Family Therapy No. 1 pp.35 - 50 (2007) (USA) (journal article listing)
  • Holmes, Vivien; Foley, Tony; Tang, Stephen; Rowe, Margie; Practising Professionalism: Observations from an Empirical Study of New Australian Lawyers, 15 Legal Ethics No. 1 (2012) (UK) (Accepted for publication) (journal article listing)
  • Holmes, Vivien ; Riding the Elephant and Giving Voice to Values, ILEC 6, Riding the Elephant and Giving Voice to Values: Developing Students’ Capacity to Cope with Ethical Dilemmas in Legal Practice London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • IBA; IBA APDC, Academic & Professional Development Committee of the International Bar Association, (website or blog 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)
  • jacobowitz, Jan L. ; Jesson, Kelly Rains; Fidelity Diluted: Client Confidentiality Gives Way to the First Amendment & Social Media in Virginia State Bar, ex rel. Third District Committee v. Horace Frazier Hunter, 36 Campbell Law Review No. 1 pp.75 - 106 (2014) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Jacobowitz, Jan L. ; Rogers, Scott; Mindful Legal Ethics: Integrating Professional Responsibility and Mindfulness into the Law School Curriculum, ILEC V, Banff, Canada (2012) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Jacobowitz, Jan L. ; Singer, Danielle; The Social Media Frontier: Exploring A New Mandate Competence in the Practice of Law, 68 University of Miami Law Review pp.445 - 485 (2014) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • JoNel Newman; Melissa Swain; Ethics and Clinical Reflection, NIFTEP, Using Guided Self Reflection to Teach Ethics London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Jones, Alwyn; Teaching legal ethics in context, (UK) (website or blog listing)
  • K Ragavan, Shamini; Practice what you teach...making your core values explicit, NIFTEP 2014, London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Law, John M.; Canadian Bar Admissions, Canadian Bar Admissions, 74 Bar Examiner No. 4 pp.14 - 16 (2005) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Legal Services Commission (Queensland, Australia); Queensland University of Technology, Univeristy of Queensland ; Legal Services Commission (Queensland, Australia) - A week in the life of a Queensland suburban lawyer , (Australia) (website or blog 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)
  • Liebman, Carol B.; The Profession of Law, The Profession of Law: Columbia Law School's Use of Experimental Learning Techniques to Teach Professional Responsibility, 58 Law & Contemp. Probs. pp.58, 73-86 (1995) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Maharg, Paul; Transforming Legal Education, Transforming Legal Education: Learning and Teaching the Law in the Early Twenty-First Century, Ashgate Publishing Aldershot (2007) (UK) (Published) (book listing)
  • Maharg, Paul; Legal Education in Scotland, Transactional Learning Environments and Professional Legal Education in Scotland, 74 Bar Examiner No. 4 pp.9 - 13 (2005) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Maranville, Deborah; Passion, Context Lawyering Skills, Passion, Context Lawyering Skills: Choosing Among Simulated and Real Clinical Experiences , 7 Clinical Law Review No. 1 pp.123 - 146 (2000) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Millar, M.; Standardized Clients: An Innovative Approach to Practice Learning, 21 Social Work Education No. 6 pp.663 - 670 (2002) (USA) (journal article listing)
  • Mize, Selene E.; Romancing Clients Animation for Flipped Instruction, A Short Animation on Conflict of Interest Problems with Romantic Relationships Between Lawyer and Client: an outside the classroom video clip used in a "flipped" Legal Ethics course, (2014) (New Zealand) (teaching material listing)
  • Mize, Selene E.; Disqualification Animation for Flipped Instruction, A Short Animation on Lawyer Disqualification: an outside the classroom video clip used in a "flipped" Legal Ethics course, (2014) (New Zealand) (teaching material listing)
  • Moliterno, James E.; Future Integration Between Skills and Ethics, On the Future Integration Between Skills and Ethics Teaching: Clinical Legal Education in the Year 2010, 46 J. Legal Educ. pp.67 (1996) (USA) (Published) (journal article 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; ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism; NIFTEP Fall 2013 Workshop, National Institute for Teachings Ethics & Professionalism Fall 2013 Workshop: Are We Making A Difference?, (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)
  • National Institute for the Teaching of Ethics and Professionalism; The City Law School; Teaching Ethics in the Law Curriculum, Teaching Ethics in the Law Curriculum, The City Law School, London WC1R 5DX (UK) (conference 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)
  • 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; 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)
  • Nigerian Law School; Law in Practice Course Nigeria, Nigerian Law School: Law in Practice: Skills, Ethics and Professional Responsibility, (2013) (Nigeria) (teaching material listing)
  • Pue, W. Wesley; Legal education's mission, Legal education's mission, 42 The Law Teacher No. 3 pp.270 - 290 (2008) (UK) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Raymond, Margaret; Legal Ethical Sensitivity Role Play, A "Legal Ethical Sensitivity Test?" -- Role Plays Based on the Green Case, (2009) (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Rotunda, Ronald D; Teaching Legal Ethics a Quarter of a Century After Watergate, Teaching Legal Ethics a Quarter of a Century After Watergate, 51 Hastings Law Journal 661 (2000), 51 Hastings Law Journal pp.661 - 668 (2000) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Society of Legal Scholars; SLS Annual Conference, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2012, Wills Memorial Building, Univeristy of Bristol, UK (UK) (conference listing)
  • Thanaraj, Ann; Virtual Clinic to Develop Professional Responsibility, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Using Virtual Clinics to Develop and Experience Professional Responsibility and Clinical Legal Skills City University London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • van der Vleuten, C. P. M; Swanson, David B.; Assessment of Clinical Skills with Standardized Patients: State of the Art, 2 Teaching and Learning in Medicine No. 2 pp.58 - 76 (1990) (USA) (journal article listing)
  • Wortham, Leah; Anna's Case, Transforming Legal Education, Nigerian Law School (2013) (Nigeria) (conference paper or presentation listing)