On Friday 15th March, the Schulich School of Law hosted the Twenty-Second annual F.B. Wickwire Memorial Lecture in
Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics.
This year, they ran a panel discussion entitled “Contextualizing Legal Ethics” in which members of the faculty discussed, in 12-minute pitches, legal ethics in their fields of substantive interest.
The presenters were:
Philip Girard: the historical context
Sarah Bradley: Corporate Law
Brent Cotter: Government Lawyer
Meinhard Doelle: Environmental Law
Geoff Loomer: Tax Law
Rollie Thompson: Family Law
The rapporteur for the session was the indefatigable Stephen Pitel!
To watch the Wickwire panel discussion on YouTube, click HERE.