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Ethics and Professional Conduct Final Exam Notes

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Legal ethics Legal professions Common law Practice of law Duty of confidentiality Privileged communication Lawyer Paralegal Professional responsibility Barrister R v Neil Confidentiality
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Legal ethics Legal professions Common law Practice of law Duty of confidentiality Privileged communication Lawyer Paralegal Professional responsibility Barrister R v Neil Confidentiality
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• These rules are only skeletal, a lot of ethical issues are not dealt with in the law • Lawyers have special ethical issues because there is a lot of conflict in interest and conflicting duties to the client, court, law, employer, third parties etc. • For the assessment, only 10 minutes in class (no longer) • This subject looks at substantive issues that underlie legal issues – they are not strictly legal but are informing legal decisions. Reflective journal (30%) • Need to start up a blog on UTS online and blog about reflections throughout time together • Need to blog consistently throughout time • 1500 word post – best blog posts weave the three previous entries into the entry • Do NOT treat it like an essay, it needs to be discussed in first per...
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