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Detailed notes that cover the Melbourne University LAWS50038 – Legal Ethics course.
The LAWS50038 notes have been kept short intentionally. They are succinct and to the point.
– Professionalism & legal practice
– Professional regulation
– Lawyers’ ethics
– Duty to the court
– Confidentiality & client legal privilege
– Criminal justice
– Corporate clients
– Lawyer–client conflicts
– Client–client conflicts
– Costs & client money
– Admission to the profession
About the Author: This Author is a top Graduate from the University of Melbourne. Before studying the Juris Doctor, they completed a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Media and Communications & Political Science at the University of Melbourne. Whilst completing the JD, this author completed multiple clerkships, scoring these internships at King & Wood Mallesons, Russel Kennedy Lawyers, Corrs Chambers Westgarth and Herbert Smith Freehills. They were a careers officer for the Mebourne University Law Students Society and worked as a teachers assistant for the University.
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