Presenting Continuing Professional Development Courses on Legal Ethics

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Presenting Continuing Professional Development Courses on Legal Ethics
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Mary Frances Edwards
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mfbe@aol.com
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This article was first published in International Legal Practitioner, Vol 28 No 1, March 2003, and is reproduced by kind permission of the International Bar Association, London, UK. © International Bar Association.
Volume number: 
28
Issue number: 
1
Year: 
2003

Mary Frances Edwards considers whether legal and judicial ethics can be taught and whether continuing professional development providers can and should teach the rules of ethics to members of the legal profession. She raises the question: should ethics training be mandatory? The article also looks at the practical ways of presenting such tuition and those best suited to provide it.

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