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Teaching of Legal Ethics

Submitted by Stephen Pitel on Tue,23/04/2013
Long title
Teaching of Legal Ethics: Recent Developments in Ontario
Author(s)
Pitel, Stephen G.A.
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Faculty of Law
Western University
London, Ontario, Canada
N6A 3K7
Publication
Journal of Legal Education
Volume number
55
Issue number
4
Year
2005
First page number
592
Last page number
599
Country
United States
Abstract
This article outlines three recent developments relating to the teaching of legal ethics in Ontario. The first is the role being played by the Chief Justice of Ontario’s Advisory Committee on Professionalism. The second is the introduction of a new mandatory first-year course in legal ethics and professionalism at the University of Western Ontario’s Faculty of Law. The third is the publication of a new Canadian casebook on legal ethics.
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Published
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