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Volume 58, Number 3 & 4 (Summer/Autumn 1995)
Teaching Legal Ethics

Thomas B. Metzloff and David B. Wilkins
Special Editors

Preliminaries

 

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Foreword

Thomas B. Metzloff and David B. Wilkins

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I. Introduction

 

II. Improving the Required Ethics College

 
 
 

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Getting Personal

Stephen Giller

61

 
 

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The Personal Dimension of Professional Responsibility

John Mixon and Robert P. Schuwerk

87

 

III. “Mainstreaming” Ethics: The Pervasive Method of Teaching Ethics

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Paying Attention to the Signs

Susan P. Koniak and Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

117

 

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The Infusion Method at UCLA: Teaching Ethics Pervasively

Carrie Menkel-Meadow and Richard H. Sander

129

 
 

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Teaching Legal Ethics: Exploring the Continuum

Edmund B. Spaeth Jr., Janet G. Perry, and Peggy B. Wachs

153

 

IV. Developing Specialized Ethics Courses

 

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Contextualizing Professional Responsibility: A New Curriculum for a New Century

Mary C. Daly, Bruce A. Green, and Russell G. Pearce

193

 

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Integrating Theory and Practice Into the Professional Responsibility Curriculum at the University of Texas

John S. Dzienkowski, Sanford Levinson, Charles Silver, and Amon Burton

213

 
 
 

V. Developing Lawyering Skills; Legal Ethics and Clinical Education

 
 
 

VI. The Special Challenge of the Judiciary

 
 

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Judicial Ethics Simulation Based Training

Stephen M. Simon and Maury S. Landsman

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VII. Looking Toward the Future

 
 
 

Bibliography