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Symposium : the ethics of law students.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2004
Copyright date:
2003
Publication:
Houston, Texas : South Texas College of Law, [2004]
Copyright notice:
©2003
Format:
  • Book
  • x, pages 709-1013 ; 25 cm
Title Variation:
Ethics of law students
Note:
Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Lawyering or lying? : when law school applicants hide their criminal histories and other misconduct / Linda McGuire
  • The law professor as fiduciary : what duties do we owe to our students / Robert P. Schuwerk
  • The ethics of law school clinic students as student-lawyers / Peter A. Joy
  • The ethos and pathos of ethics and law students : a clinician's perspective / Betty J. Luke
  • Making ethical lawyers / Patrick J. Schiltz
  • Moral judgment of law students across three years : influences of gender, political ideology and interest in altruistic law practice / Maury Landsman, Steven P. McNeel
  • Character and fitness inquiries in law school admissions / John S. Dzienkowski
  • Transcripts. Law student admissions and ethics : rethinking character and fitness inquiries / Susan Saab Fortney
  • A vocation-based system of ethics for law students / Jerome M. Organ
  • Addressing law student dishonesty : the view of one bar admissions official / Julia E. Vaughan.
Contributor:
South Texas College of Law.
Related Work:
South Texas law review.
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