The Emerging Worldwide Emphasis on Teaching Ethics and Professionalism
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In opening remarks at the Spring 2011 Workshop of the National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism (NIFTEP), Clark Cunningham provided a brief overview of recent initiatives in Canada, England and Wales, Australia and the USA to increase the emphasis on teaching ethics and professionalism in law school. His remarks were based on a more detailed presentation given at the Learning in Law Annual Conference 2011 sponsored by the UK Centre for Legal Education: www.teachinglegalethics.org/content/when-and-how-should-legal-ethics-be-...