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Legal Education and Training Review: Setting Standards

Submitted by Nigel Duncan on Tue, 06/25/2013 - 10:53
Long title
Setting Standards: The future of legal services education and training regulation in England and Wales
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Legal Education and Training Review independent research team
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Year
2013
Country
United Kingdom
Abstract
The Final Report of the most substantial review of legal education and training in England and Wales since the Ormrod Report in 1971. It contains significant recommendations for the teaching of professional ethics, including recommendations that the initial (undergraduate) stage of legal education should include reference to an understanding of the relationship between morality and law, the values underpinning the legal system, and the role of lawyers in relation to those values.
It also contains significant recommendations in respect of the continuing professional development of practising lawyers.
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Published
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