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Professionalism & Ethics: Legal Education’s Challenge: Development of Student Competencies in Ethics
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Professionalism & Ethics: Legal Education’s Challenge: Development of Student Competencies in Ethics. What can we learn from interdisciplinary research?

11/13/2015
When: Friday, November 13
12:00 p.m.
Where: HCBA Office
600 Nicollet Mall
Suite 390
Minneapolis 55402
Contact: Larry Schultz
612-752-6622


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Professionalism & Ethics: Legal Education’s Challenge: Development of Student Competencies in Ethics.  What can we learn from interdisciplinary research?

1.0 CLE credit applied for this program.

Featuring: Professor Neil Hamilton, St. Thomas College of Law

 

This program will provide information regarding a long-term research project in which data from many disciplines was collated and used to formulate guidelines for law student professional development.  The program will describe the methods being introduced to law students to take control of their professional development to develop competencies in the ethical and effective practice of law.  This program will provide practitioners with information about cutting-edge methods in teaching about ethics and professionalism.

Professor Hamilton is the author of a new award-winning book: “Roadmap: A Law Student’s Guide to Creating and Implementing a Successful Plan for Meaningful Employment.”


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