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Teaching Ethics in the Law Curriculum

Submitted by Nigel Duncan on Tue, 07-10-2012
Long title
A workshop to share and explore ideas about teaching legal ethics in the context of UK higher education
Conference location
2-10, Princeton Street, London WC1R 4BH
United Kingdom
Sponsor organization(s) or institution(s)
City Law School, City University, London
Burge Foundation
Sponsor(s)' contact information
Nigel Duncan
+44(0)207 400 362
Conference Description
A day workshop designed to explore the feasibility of establishing a continuing community of practice of teachers in UK Higher Education who are interested in introducing legal ethics into their law courses. The workshop will bring together a group of those proposing learning approaches or teaching materials in order to share ideas and to encourage debate.
It will incorporate a social event in order to help to develop constructive relationships amongst the participants.
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