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Legal ethics Chile

Submitted by Juan Beca on Tue, 07-17-2012
Long title
Legal Ethics Education: Comparative Perspectives The Chilean experience
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International Legal Ethics Conference V
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This presentation was part of an international panel that was an overview of what is going on on different countries regarding the teaching of legal ethics.
It looks to the Chilean experience, addressing the need of a given course con ethics, the current situation in Chile regarding this course, the difficulties of regulating the profession and the difficulties of the teaching.
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