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    Reflection and Clinical Legal Education: How Do Students Learn About Their Ethical Duty to Contribute Towards Justice.Anna Cody - 2020 - Legal Ethics 23 (1-2):13-30.
    This article analyses teaching reflection skills as a means to inculcate students’ capacity to contribute to justice. Arising out of understandings of professionalism, the rule of law, as well as m...
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    Ethical Imperatives for Legal Educators to Promote Law Student Wellbeing.Nigel Duncan, Rachael Field & Caroline Strevens - 2020 - Legal Ethics 23 (1-2):65-88.
    There is currently a debate about resilience and wellbeing of law students and legal practitioners. Tension has developed between a movement promoting the wellbeing of students and those who critic...
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    Bar Exams, Legal Ethics and the Fight Against Corruption: Lessons From Brazil.Kim Economides & Joaquim Leonel de Rezende Alvim - 2020 - Legal Ethics 23 (1-2):31-47.
    In this article we explain the specific contribution of Bar exams to the professional socialisation of Brazilian lawyer leaders through examining their changing content, particularly the coverage o...
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    Practising Law for Rich and Poor People: Towards a More Progressive Approach.Allan C. Hutchinson - 2020 - Legal Ethics 23 (1-2):3-12.
    It is 50 years since Stephen Wexler’s essay, Practicing Law for Poor People, was published. 1 By any reasonable measure, this has become and remains an iconic piece. Whether he is agreed with or di...
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    Entity Regulation, Litigation Rights and the Changing Meaning of Professionalism at the Bar of England and Wales.Marc Mason - 2020 - Legal Ethics 23 (1-2):48-64.
    The Legal Services Act 2007 provided a framework for a liberalised marketplace for legal services. The most significant responses to this by the Bar appear in the Bar Standards Board Handbook, whic...
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