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PRAC 155D1 Legal Ethics and Advocacy (1.5 credits)

Offered by: Law (Faculty of Law)


Practicums : Introduction to philosophical concepts of ethics and examines issues in ethics and responsibility in the legal profession, such as self-regulation, confidentiality, loyalty, conflicts of interest, whistle-blowing, and access to justice. Students will carry out research and writing assignments throughout the year on specific problems in these areas.

Terms: Fall 2013

Instructors: Helena Jane Lamed (Fall)

  • Students must register for both PRAC 155D1 and PRAC 155D2.
  • No credit will be given for this course unless both PRAC 155D1 and PRAC 155D2 are successfully completed in consecutive terms