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Call # K103.L44 I58 2008
Author International Legal Ethics Conference (3rd : 2008 : Gold Coast, Qld.)
Title Reaffirming legal ethics : taking stock and new ideas / edited by Kieran Tranter ... [et al.]
Imprint London ; New York, N.Y. : Routledge, 2010
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 WMS STACKS  K103.L44 I58 2008    DUE 04-27-14


Descript. x, 228 p. ; 25 cm
Series Routledge research in legal ethics
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Summary/Abstract "This book, the first of three, arises out of papers delievered at the Third International Legal Ethics Conference held at the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia in July 2008. The conference was hosted jointly by Griffith Law School at Griffith University and the T.C. Beirne School of Law at The University of Queensland."--P. vii
Subject Legal ethics -- United States -- Congresses
Alt Author Tranter, Kieran
Griffith University. Law School
University of Queensland. Law School
OCLC # 406172326
Table of Contents
 List of contributors 
1Introduction / Mike Robertson1
2The philosophical foundations of legal ethics: a roundtable / Christine Parker12
3Personal integrity and professional ethics / Deborah L. Rhode28
4Legal advising and the rule of law / W. Bradley Wendel45
5Tales of terror: lessons for lawyers from the ẁar on terrorism' / David Luban56
6Legal ethics in a post-Westphalian world: building the international rule of law and other tasks / Charles Sampford73
7An opportunity for the ethical maturation of the law firm: the ethical implications of incorporated and listed law firms / Christine Parker96
8Carnegie's missing step: prescribing lawyer retraining / Lawrence K. Hellman129
9Professionalism and Pro Bono publico / Lorne Sossin143
10The psychology of good character: the past, present and future of good character regulation in Canada / Jocelyn Stacey165
11The s̀elf-regulation' misnomer / Fred C. Zacharias188
12Why good intentions are often not enough: the potential for ethical blindness in legal decision-making / Kath Hall210