Practice, Profession & Ethics
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room L103

 1A    Bryan Clark (Strathclyde)
          "Construction Mediation in Scotland: Lawyer and Client Experiences."
1B     Frances Burton (London Metropolitan)
           "Litigation costs again? Is ADR the silver bullet to slay the monster this time?"

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room L103

2A    John Tribe (Kingston) and Stephen Hunt(Griffins Insolvency Practitioners )
         "Insolvency Bonds: History, Policy and Substance."
2B    Graham Ferris and Nick Johnson (Nottingham)
         "The Ethics of Professional Communication"
2C    Paula Case (Liverpool)
         "Models of Professional Discipline in Law and Medicine (Or a Tale of Two Professions)."

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room L103

3A  Lisa Webley (Westminster)
       "Assessment of Practice or Assessment for Practice? Law, the Academy and the Profession."
3B  Nigel Duncan (City)
       "Teaching Legal Ethics UK - a new community of good practice."
3C  Stuart Toddington (Huddersfield)
       "Teaching Legal Ethics: The Problem of Autonomy."

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room L103

4A  Stephanie Roberts (Westminster)
       "The Ethical Implications of University Innocence Projects for Education and Criminal Justice."
4B  Hannah Quirk (Manchester)
       "Investigating Miscarriages of Justice in the Twenty-First Century: The Need to Look Ahead."
4C  Tom Smith (Plymouth)
       "Zealous Advocates? Ethical Dilemmas for Criminal Defence Lawyers."

Abstracts

Construction Mediation in Scotland: lawyer and client experiences. by Bryan Clark.
Teaching Legal Ethics UK - a new community of good practice. by Nigel Duncan.
Teaching Legal Ethics: The Problem of Autonomy. Abstract: by Stuart Toddington.
The Ethical Implications of University Innocence Projects for Education and Criminal Justice. by Stephanie Roberts.
Investigating Miscarriages of Justice in the Twenty-First Century: The Need to Look Ahead. by Hannah Quirk.
'Zealous Advocates? Ethical Dilemmas for Criminal Defence Lawyers' by Tom Smith .
: Assessment of Practice or Assessment for Practice? Law, the Academy and the Profession. by Lisa Webley .
Models of Professional Discipline in Law and Medicine (OR a Tale of Two Professions) by Paula Case.
Litigation costs again? Is ADR the silver bullet to slay the monster this time? by Frances Burton.
The Ethics of Professional Communication by Graham Ferris and Nick Johnson.

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