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Legal ethics heuristics

Submitted by Jocelyn Downie on Tue, 05/22/2012 - 09:48
Long title
Downie and Devlin heuristics for teaching legal ethics
Teaching material type
Other teaching material
Teacher(s)/ Author(s)
Downie, Jocelyn (with Devlin, Richard)
Teacher(s)'/ Author(s)' contact information
jocelyn.downie@dal.ca
richard.devlin@dal.ca
Year
2012
Country
Canada
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