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Teaching Legal Ethics: Hungarian Standards and Practices

Submitted by Gabor Andrasi on Tue, 02-19-2013
Andrasi, Gabor
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Published on SSRN and in LSN Law Educator: Courses, Materials & Teaching eJournal Vol. 9 No. 4, 01/30/2013
This paper, which is the concluding part of a series of three papers reviewing American,
British and Hungarian approaches to legal ethics education, is focussing on teaching
legal ethics in Hungary: it examines the related accreditation standards and its place in
the curriculum both at the academic and the vocational stage. Compared with U.S. and
UK solutions recommendations are made to adapt American and British good practices
into Hungarian legal ethics education.
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