discipline

  • Representing Organizational Clients, (2012) (Other)
  • Organizational Privilege & Organizational Insiders, Association of American Law Schools (AALS), Organizational Privilege & Organizational Insiders: Practical Challenges for Whistleblower Lawyers (2013) (USA)
  • Aulakh, Sundeep; Loughrey, Joan; Ford, Jacki; Compliance Officer in ABS Firms, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, The Role of the Compliance Officer for Legal Practice in ABS entities City University London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Bar Standards Board; Bar Code of Conduct, The Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales, (UK) (website or blog listing)
  • Bar Standards Board (England/Wales); Ethics Requirements for English Bar Course, Bar Professional Training Course in England and Wales: Course specification and guidance, (UK) (website or blog listing)
  • Baron, Paula and Corbin, Lillian; Civility - Drawing the Line, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Robust Communication or Incivility - Where do we draw the Line? City University London (2014) (Australia) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Bartlett, Francesca; Carroll, Robyn; Ordering Apologies, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Ordering Lawyers to Apologise for their Misconduct: What's the Benefit? City University London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Beca, Juan P.; SOLVING DILEMMAS USING THE “SEE-JUDGE-ACT” METHODOLGY, Class demonstration for the workshop in Banff, July 2012, (2012) (Other) (teaching material listing)
  • Binford, Warren; When your Client is Killed, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, When your Client is Killed City University London (2014) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Boon, Andrew; Model Ethics Curriculum, Legal Ethics at the Initial Stage: A Model Curriculum, Legal Ethics at the Initial Stage: A Model Curriculum (2101) (UK) (Published) (report or study listing)
  • Boon, Andy; Analysis of Disciplinary Cases, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Why'd You Do the Thins You Do? An Analysis of Cases Before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal City University London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Burger, Ethan S. ; Orban, Frank A ; International legal malpractice in a global economy: a growing phenomenon, International legal malpractice in a global economy: a growing phenomenon, International Bar Association Professional Ethics Committee E-Newsletter (2009) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Cameron, Camille; Procedural Rules as Ethics Rules, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Procedural Rules as Rules of Ethics and Professional Conduct City University London (2014) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Charles C. ('Chuck") Olson and Dennis C. Sanders; Georgia Prosecutor Ethics, PROSECUTORIAL ETHICS AND THE GEORGIA RULES OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY, PROSECUTORIAL ETHICS AND THE GEORGIA RULES OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY (2010) (USA) (Published) (report or study listing)
  • Chuck Olson; Ethics for Law Students & Law School Graduates in a Georgia Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Ethics for Law Students & Law School Graduates Interning in a District Attorney's or Solicitor-General's Office or at the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council, (2013) (USA) (Published) (report or study 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, 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)
  • 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; Federal Preemption under Dodd-Frank’s Whistleblower Award Program , 6th International Legal Ethics Conference , London (2014) (UK) (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; Buying Silence, Association of Professional Responsibility Lawers, Buying Silence: Confidentiality, Professional Role & Financial Incentives for Whistleblowers Chicago (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation 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; The Good Lawyer, The Good Lawyer: A Student Guide to Law and Ethics, Cambridge University Press Melbourne (2014) (Australia) (Published) (book listing)
  • Gauer, Danielle T.; Importance of Ethics in Education, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, A Review of the Importance of Ethics in Legal Education City University London (2014) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • ILEX Professional Standards; ILEX Code of Conduct, The Code of Conduct of the Institute of Legal Executives, England and Wales, (UK) (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)
  • International Legal Ethics Conference; ILEC 5, International Legal Ethics Conference V, Banff, Alberta (Canada) (conference listing)
  • Jacobowitz, Jan L. ; Hethcoat, Gayland; Endless Pursuit: Capturing Technology at the Intersection of the First Amendment and Attorney Advertising, 17 Journal of Technology Law & Policy No. 1 pp.1 - 19 (2012) (USA) (Published) (journal article 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. ; 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)
  • K Ragavan, Shamini; Practice what you teach...making your core values explicit, NIFTEP 2014, London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Kathleen Clark; Ethics for Government Lawyers, Legal Ethics for Government Lawyers (2012) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Kirkland, Kimberly; Teaching Integrity, Teaching Integrity, (2012) (USA) (teaching material 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)
  • Levin, Leslie C. ; Character & Fitness Reconsidered, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, The Character and Fitness Inquiry Reconsidered City University London (2014) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Martin Kopa; Pioneering in Teaching Legal Ethics in the Czech Republic, International Legal Ethics Conference V, Banff (2012) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Martin Kopa; Maxim Tomoszek; Hypotheticals - Professional Ethics in the Czech Republic, Reconstruction of professional ethics in post-communist society through legal education;, (2011) (Other) (teaching material listing)
  • Martin Kopa; Maxim Tomoszek; Hypotheticals - Ethical issues in Clinic, Reflecting on Ethical Aspects of Students Work in Legal Clinic, (2011) (Other) (teaching material listing)
  • Moliterno, James ; Why Lawyers do the Ethical Thing, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Why Lawyers Do the Ethical Things They Do? City University London (2014) (USA) (conference paper or presentation 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; National Organization of Bar Counsel; American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism; NIFTEP Fall 2011 Workshop, National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalsim Fall 2011 Workshop: Bar Discipline, The Inn at Serenbe - Palmetto, Georgia (USA) (conference listing)
  • Nehme, Marina; Do Sanctions Achieve Objectives?, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, Sanctions Available to the Solicitors Regulations Authority: Do the Achieve their Objectives? City University London (2014) (Australia) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Newman, JoNel; Cunningham, Clark D.; Documenting Unprofessional Conduct in Clinics and Externships, AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Rancho Mirage, California (2015) (USA) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • NIFTEP; NIFTEP-International Perspectives on Teaching Legal Ethics & Professionalism , National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism Summer 2012 Workshop, (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)
  • Oseid, Julie A. ; Easton, Stephen D.; The Trump Card: A Lawyer's Personal Conscience or Professional Duty, 10 Wyoming Law Review No. 2 pp.415 - 442 (2010) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Pitel, Stephen G.A.; Teaching of Legal Ethics, Teaching of Legal Ethics: Recent Developments in Ontario, 55 Journal of Legal Education No. 4 pp.592 - 599 (2005) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Pitel, Stephen G.A., Seck, Sara L. ; UN Human Rights Principles, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, The Role of Lawyers under the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights City University London (2014) (UK) (conference paper or presentation 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)
  • Rotunda, Ronald D; Teaching Professional Responsibility and Ethics, Teaching Professional Responsibility and Ethics, 51 St. Louis University Law Journal pp.1223 - 1233 (2007) (USA) (Published) (journal article listing)
  • Sarah Valentine; Regulating Lawyers and Law Students , Powerpoint used in first year professional development program class introducing students to the regulation of lawyers and law students, (USA) (teaching material listing)
  • Solicitors' Regulation Authority; Solicitors' Code of Conduct, SRA Code of Conduct Version 4 (2011), (UK) (website or blog listing)
  • Solicitors' Regulation Authority; Legal Practice Course requirements, Requirements for the Legal Practice Course for the training of Solicitors in England and Wales, (UK) (website or blog listing)
  • The New York Times Editorial Board; Better rules for bad lawyers, (Published) (magazine or newspaper article listing)
  • Toddington, Stuart; Drake , Phil; Moral Courage / Necessity of Practical Wisdom, Teaching Legal Ethics UK: Workshop on Understanding and Learning Moral Courage, Reflections on Moral Courage and the Necessity of Practical Wisdom The City Law School, London, UK (2013) (UK) (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)
  • Wright, David A.; Independent Tribunal within Law Society, International Legal Ethics Conference VI, An Independent Tribunal within a Self-Governing Law Society: Ontario's New Law Society Tribunal City University London (2014) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Wright, David A.; Ontario's New Law Society Tribunal, International Legal Ethics Conference, An Independent Tribunal Within a Self-Governing Law Society: Ontario's New Law Society Tribunal London, UK (2014) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)
  • Wright, David A.; Ontario's New Law Society Tribunal, International Legal Ethics Conference, An Independent Tribunal Within a Self-Governing Law Society: Ontario's New Law Society Tribunal London, UK (2014) (Canada) (conference paper or presentation listing)