Bloomberg BNA Insights: Research Shows CLE Ethics Training Decreases Attorney Misconduct

"[...]Why would attorneys respond well to ethics training? The most obvious reason is that we want to be ethical in the first place, but we need to learn the specific rules. The MPRE tests general ...

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"[...]Why would attorneys respond well to ethics training? The most obvious reason is that we want to be ethical in the first place, but we need to learn the specific rules. The MPRE tests general rules, and not the local nuances relevant to a particular domain. By contrast, CLE providers can tailor course contents to attorneys facing a distinct set of ethical issues in their area of practice. [...]"

Type: Press article
Date: le 01/07/2019
Research Cluster : LegalEdhec
Source : Bloomberg News

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