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March 15, 2008

A great panel on how law school could/should teach integrity

I am in Boston attending this Harvard Law School event, "A Celebration of Public Interest."  Though all the events have been interesting and informative, this panel I am at right now was worth the price of admission:

How do you teach integrity: What role should law schools play?

Moderator: Jamienne S. Studley '75, President, Public Advocates Inc. (bio)

David Hall '85, Senior Vice President and Provost, Northeastern University (bio)

David A. Hoffman '84, Lecturer, Harvard Law School; Founding Partner, Boston Law Collaborative (bio)

Jeffrey Purcell '84, Senior Attorney, Housing Unit, Greater Boston Legal Services (bio)

Henry (Hank) J. Shea '81, Senior Distinguished Fellow, University of St. Thomas School of Law; Fellow, Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions (bio)

I am writing this post in part because I want to remember to contact all these people in the weeks ahead to see if I can get them to guest-lecture in my courses.  But I also want to encourage others to contact these folks if they are concerned about these issues (and because I am cautiously hopeful all these folks won't mind being contacted by would-be law school innovators).

Posted by DAB

March 15, 2008 in Legal profession realities and developments | Permalink


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