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Teaching The Ethical Values Governing Mediator Impartiality Using Short Lectures, Buzz Group Discussions, Video Clips, A Defining Features Matrix, Games, And An Exercise Based On Grievances Filed Against Florida Mediators , Paula M. Young Feb 2012

Teaching The Ethical Values Governing Mediator Impartiality Using Short Lectures, Buzz Group Discussions, Video Clips, A Defining Features Matrix, Games, And An Exercise Based On Grievances Filed Against Florida Mediators , Paula M. Young

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

Teaching Professional Ethics to Lawyers and Mediators Using Active Learning Techniques will serve as the first article in a series of articles I have planned on the use of active learning techniques to teach the core values of mediation: mediator impartiality, party self-determination, confidentiality, and quality of the process/mediator competence. This article is the second article in that series. In Section III, I summarize the first article in the series. In Section IV, I describe the role of mediator impartiality as a core value of the mediation field. I evaluate the definitions of mediation found in several ethics codes ...


A Cause Worth Quitting For? The Conflict Between Professional Ethics And Individual Rights In Discriminatory Treatment Of Corporate Counsel, Rachel S. Arnow Richman Jul 2000

A Cause Worth Quitting For? The Conflict Between Professional Ethics And Individual Rights In Discriminatory Treatment Of Corporate Counsel, Rachel S. Arnow Richman

Indiana Law Journal

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Law And Conformity, Ethics And Conflict: The Trouble With Law-Based Conceptions Of Ethics, Steven R. Salbu Jan 1992

Law And Conformity, Ethics And Conflict: The Trouble With Law-Based Conceptions Of Ethics, Steven R. Salbu

Indiana Law Journal

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