Legal Ethics: Volume 14 Part 1 2011


Volume 14 . Part 1 . 2011

We are very pleased to let you know that Volume 14. Part 1 of Legal Ethics is now published. Please see below for the table of contents, information about
online access and details on how to subscribe.



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Hilary Sommerlad and Christine Parker


Litigation as a Measure of Last Resort: Opportunities and Challenges for Legal Practitioners with the Rise of ADR Judy Gutman

Testing Times: In-House Counsel and Independence Suzanne Le Mire

The Role of Apologies in Professional Discipline Francesca Bartlett

Justice System Reform and Legal Ethics in Japan Kay-Wah Chan


Roundtable on Legal Ethics in Legal Education: Should it be a Required Course? Kim Economides and Christine Parker

Ethics in Practice  

Correspondents’ Reports

Canada: Courthouse Cancellations and Challenges to Self-Regulation Adam Dodek

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Europe: New Threads, Shrinking Lawyers and More Matthias Kilian

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UK: Legal Ethics in the Academic Curriculum Lisa Webley

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China: Strengthening Judicial Ethics in China—The New Principles and Regulation Richard Wu

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USA: Judicial Recusal, Spouses and Health Care Reforms John Steele

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Australia: Tobacco, Recusals, and Sexual Assault Reforms Linda Haller

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Book Reviews

Defending Atticus Finch Abbe Smith

Alice Woolley, Understanding Lawyers’ Ethics in Canada Annalise Acorn


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