AML-Ethics

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Long title: 
Anti-Money Laundering, Legal Ethics & Professional Judgment: A Teaching Exercise
Teaching material type: 
Class exercise
Teaching demonstration
Teacher(s)/ Author(s): 
Duncan, Nigel
Cunningham, Clark D.
Oettinger, Emma
Teacher(s)'/ Author(s)' contact information: 
Nigel Duncan Professor of Legal Education The City Law School, City University London
Clark D. Cunningham Director, National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism (USA), and W. Lee Burge Professor of Law & Ethics,Georgia State University Home page:law.gsu.edu/ccunningham/
Emma Oettinger Anti-Money Laundering Policy Officer Law Society of England & Wales
Year: 
2011
Country: 
UK

A TEACHING EXERCISE FOR LAW SCHOOLS, POST-GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR LAWYERS ON ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING OBLIGATIONS, LEGAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT

Clark D. Cunningham, Director, National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism (USA), and W. Lee Burge Professor of Law & Ethics, .
Georgia State University
Emma Oettinger, Anti-Money Laundering Policy Officer, Law Society of England & Wales
Nigel Duncan, Professor of Legal Education, The City Law School, City University London
Produced with the assistance of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Three videos:
Roles: Nigel Grayson, Solicitor, partner in a small firm in Durham, played by Nigel Duncan
Emma Patrick, Client – Estate Agent in Durham, played by Emma Oettinger
When: Friday, October 28 at 2:30pm
Where: Solicitor’s office in Durham, England
Three videos:
Part 1 (2:41 minutes) attached as AML-Ethics1.wmv
Part 2 (3:50 minutes) attached as AML-Ethics2.wmv
Part 3 (5:14 minutes) attached as AML-Ethics3.wmv
Script and teaching instructions attached as AML-Ethics.doc and AML-Ethics.pdf
Three powerpoint presentations from International Bar Association Annual Conference 2011 and National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Summer 2012 attached as:
aml-ethics-presentation-IBA2011
AML-Ethics-Presentation(NIFTEP-Summer2012)
AML-Ethics-Presentation(ILEC5)

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AML-Ethics-Oct11.pdf21.89 KB
AML-Ethics-Oct11.docx19.91 KB
London-Oct11.pps333 KB
AML-Ethics1.wmv53.47 MB
AML-Ethics2.wmv76.26 MB
AML-Ethics3.wmv103.95 MB
AML-Ethics-Presentation(NIFTEP-Summer2012).ppt1.14 MB
aml-ethics-presentation-IBA2011.ppt483 KB
AML-Ethics-Presentation(ILEC5).ppt220 KB