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Monday, April 1, 2013

Teaching Professionalism in Law Schools

Judge E. Lamar Battles of Florida's Thirteenth Judicial Circuit and I have been corresponding via email about the efforts the Florida Bar has made to encourage law schools to emphasize the teaching of professionalism in law schools. He provided me with the following links that will be of interest to those who are concerned with the direction and future of legal education.

Article: Who is an Ethicist in Law School?

Article: Being a Professional Involves Having a Contract with Society

Florida Bar Center for Professionalism: Index Law School Report

Article: John Berry Receives Stetson Public Service Award

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