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Addressing Lawyer Competence, Ethics and Professionalism

Submitted by Nigel Duncan on Thu,09/09/2010
Chapter author(s)
Duncan, Nigel J.
Kay, Susan L.
Chapter author(s)' contact information
n.j.duncan@city.ac.uk
susan.kay@law.vanderbilt.edu
Book title
The Global Clinical Movement: Educating Lawyers for Social Justice
Book editor(s)

Bloch, Frank S.
Book type
Reference
Page number
183
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Year
2010
Place of publication
New York
Country
United States
Abstract
This is chapter 12 of a book on the global clinical movement in legal education. The book as a whole is concerned with the ways in which the developments of clinical legal education have contributed towards social justice. This chapter looks at one of the core educational goals of any clinical program, training law students in legal ethics and professionalism. The chapter analyzes the advantages of teaching these matters through various types of clinical methods, including real-client settings in which students come face to face with the ethical issues and professional values that arise in the actual practice of law. The book is due to be published by Oxford University Press in October 2010.
Status
Accepted for publication