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The Pro Bono Collaborative Project Spotlight: Increasing Access To Justice Just Got A Little Easier In Rhode Island 10-05-2017, Roger Williams University School of Law 2017 Roger Williams University

The Pro Bono Collaborative Project Spotlight: Increasing Access To Justice Just Got A Little Easier In Rhode Island 10-05-2017, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Pro Bono Collaborative Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Surrogate Lawyering: Legal Guidance, Sans Lawyers, Paul R Tremblay 2017 Boston College Law School

Surrogate Lawyering: Legal Guidance, Sans Lawyers, Paul R Tremblay

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Innovative thinkers within the access-to-justice (ATJ) movement have been experimenting with creative ideas for delivering meaningful legal guidance in an efficient way to clients struggling with civil legal needs. These efforts respond to the long-standing crisis in the delivery of legal services to disadvantaged persons, and the overwhelming need for legal advice in areas such as debt collection, housing, family, and immigration. One such imaginative proposal is what this Article calls “surrogate lawyering.” This innovation envisions public interest law firms using some scarce lawyer time to train and advise community-based organization (CBO) staff members to respond, in real time and ...


Ethics And Law School Admission, Anthony J. Scanlon 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Ethics And Law School Admission, Anthony J. Scanlon

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Legal Ethics Education And The Dynamics Of Reform, Elizabeth D. Gee 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Legal Ethics Education And The Dynamics Of Reform, Elizabeth D. Gee

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


The Professional, Fall 2017, Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism 2017 Florida International University College of Law

The Professional, Fall 2017, Henry Latimer Center For Professionalism

The Professional Newsletter

The Professional is a publication of The Florida Bar Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism. It is published triannually and provides practical information regarding professionalism relevant to the practice of law in Florida.


Smu And Rht Rajan Menon Foundation Affirm Commitment To Cultivate Pro Bono Spirit Among Law Students And Within The Legal Fraternity, Singapore Management University 2017 Singapore Management University

Smu And Rht Rajan Menon Foundation Affirm Commitment To Cultivate Pro Bono Spirit Among Law Students And Within The Legal Fraternity, Singapore Management University

SMU Press Releases

In conjunction with the official launch of the Singapore Management University (SMU) Pro Bono Centre’s new premises at the SMU School of Law building today, the University announced a gift of S$300,000 from the RHT Rajan Menon Foundation, which will support the Centre for a period of five years starting from Academic Year 2017-2018. Both parties are also delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Chan Sek Keong, former Chief Justice and current Senior Judge of the Singapore Supreme Court as the Centre’s Advisor. Mr Chan unveiled the new premises today at the launch ceremony today ...


Smu Pro Bono Centre’S New Premises Officially Unveiled, Singapore Management University 2017 Singapore Management University

Smu Pro Bono Centre’S New Premises Officially Unveiled, Singapore Management University

SMU Press Releases

“Pro bono legal services represent the highest form of social work that the legal profession can perform in service to the public. Everyone needs some form of legal assistance or advice at one time or another. It is not just free work, but free work for our poor ‘neighbours’ without expectation of any kind of material reward – it is the work of the Good Samaritan. It is free work, given from the heart,” said Mr Chan Sek Keong, former Chief Justice and current Senior Judge at the Singapore Supreme Court, at the official opening of the SMU Pro Bono Centre ...


Transactional Real Estate Law: From Contract To Closing, Jacqueline A. Revis, Ronald Brown 2017 Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad College of Law

Transactional Real Estate Law: From Contract To Closing, Jacqueline A. Revis, Ronald Brown

Law Center Plus Seminar Series

This particular seminar is designed to educate attorneys about how to process a real estate transaction from contract to closing, focusing on the current rules and regulations for financed transactions.

  • How to competently act as a closing agent for a real estate transaction in Florida
  • Review requirements of a title agent
  • Discuss difference between being only a title agent and the additional role representing a particular party (buyer or seller)
  • Understanding the new closing disclosure form and the difference between a buyer closing disclosure and a seller closing disclosure
  • Handling special challenges that arise in the context of real estate ...


Disclosure Versus Confidentiality, Richard D. Kuhn 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Disclosure Versus Confidentiality, Richard D. Kuhn

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Rock, Paper, Scissors... Loot!, Michael Mogill 2017 Penn State Dickinson Law

Rock, Paper, Scissors... Loot!, Michael Mogill

Nevada Law Journal Forum

As teachers, we always try to inspire our students. That inspiration can be kindled in many forums, whether in the classroom, our offices, our communities—or, more rarely, in front of an entire graduating class. This article reflects the remarks I delivered to my students, our graduating class, on such a rare occasion, now several years past. The genesis of my speech, a simple child’s game (one we all know), led me through the reflections I offered to the class of 2014 and now offer to a much larger audience. I began writing these remarks with a question in ...


A Report On The Morals And Manners Of Advocates, Henry G. Miller 2017 St. John's University School of Law

A Report On The Morals And Manners Of Advocates, Henry G. Miller

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Rediscovering Realism In Ethics, Rev. Ronald D. Lawler 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Rediscovering Realism In Ethics, Rev. Ronald D. Lawler

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Volume 1, Issue 1.1, 2017 James Madison University

Volume 1, Issue 1.1

International Journal on Responsibility

Contents:

1 – 4 Terry Beitzel, Who is Responsible to do what for Whom? A letter from the Editor-in-Chief.

5 – 20 Arun Gandhi, What Does Responsibility Mean to Me?

21 – 42 T.Y. Okosun, Political Flip-flopping, Political Responsibility, Current Governance, and the Disenfranchised.

43 – 54 Hal Pepinsky, Resolving the Paradox of Holding People Responsible.

55 – 66 Kendra A. Hollern, Dying with Dignity: Where is the Compassion in Compassionate Release Programs?

67 – 82 Sabiha Shala & Gjylbehare Muharti, Who is Responsible for Ethical Legal Education, for what and to whom? Case of Kosovo.

83 Acknowledgments.


"Whistle . . . And You've Got An Audience", Amanda C. Leiter 2017 Selected Works

"Whistle . . . And You've Got An Audience", Amanda C. Leiter

Amanda Leiter

One of the questions for discussion today is whether public rights litigation is an effective means of social change. This Article does not attempt an answer but begins to explore a set of issues central to any answer: the extent, types, uses, and potential shortcomings of government whistleblowing. There is considerable sociological and legal literature on government whistleblowing, but little of it addresses the issue from the angle relevant to maximizing the efficacy of public rights litigation. This Article begins to fill that gap. Part I discusses the importance of whistleblowers in the vindication and enforcement of public rights. Part ...


Non/Disclosure: Documentation And Participant Observation As Hybrid, Nonfiction, Artistic Research Methodology For Ethnographic Media Production, Contemplative Discovery, Social Practice And Catharsis, Cyle P. O'Donnell 2017 University of Maine

Non/Disclosure: Documentation And Participant Observation As Hybrid, Nonfiction, Artistic Research Methodology For Ethnographic Media Production, Contemplative Discovery, Social Practice And Catharsis, Cyle P. O'Donnell

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

As if presaged by the physical, fine and philosophical arts that preceded it, the amelioration to the process of documenting the wonted human existence, political strife, and sundry cultural phenomena through the neo-normative medium of film (and eventually digital video) inaugurated the true scope and importance of anthropological research among a vastly wider audience who would use it, and its intrinsic capacity for the augmentation of artistic expression, to proliferate an expansive accompaniment to the field which would all become recognized platforms for demonstrative presentation of individual oeuvres.

Intermedia has worked in this way to amalgamate concepts like Futurism, Dadaism ...


Marking The Path From Law Student To Lawyer: Using Field Placement Courses To Facilitate The Deliberate Exploration Of Professional Identity And Purpose, Timothy W. Floyd, Kendall L. Kerew 2017 Mercer University School of Law

Marking The Path From Law Student To Lawyer: Using Field Placement Courses To Facilitate The Deliberate Exploration Of Professional Identity And Purpose, Timothy W. Floyd, Kendall L. Kerew

Kendall L. Kerew

No abstract provided.


The Bystander During The Holocaust, Robert A. Goldberg 2017 Professor of History and Director of the Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah

The Bystander During The Holocaust, Robert A. Goldberg

Utah Law Review

The German people today have embraced their sense of collective responsibility. They have accepted the seamless case of genocide and its implications are part of the national soul. They have come to full reckoning, determined to remember a difficult past and not repeat it. The Austrians, the Dutch, and the Poles have yet to reach the point of confession or even an awareness of responsibility. Perhaps the most remarkable symbol of national responsibility is the grassroots Stolperstein or Stumble Stone project, which began in Germany in 1992 with the goal to remember the victims of the Holocaust individually. Cobblestone-size concrete ...


Egyptian Confidential: An Analysis Of Confidentiality In The Egyptian Arbitration System, Kayla Snowberger 2017 Penn State Law

Egyptian Confidential: An Analysis Of Confidentiality In The Egyptian Arbitration System, Kayla Snowberger

Arbitration Law Review

No abstract provided.


Bolstering The Foundation Of Fundamental Fairness: The Ninth Circuit Declares Equitable Tolling Now Applies To The Federal Arbitration Act, Matthew E. Selmasska 2017 Penn State Law

Bolstering The Foundation Of Fundamental Fairness: The Ninth Circuit Declares Equitable Tolling Now Applies To The Federal Arbitration Act, Matthew E. Selmasska

Arbitration Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Changing View Of The “Bystander” In Holocaust Scholarship: Historical, Ethical, And Political Implications, Victoria J. Barnett 2017 Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust

The Changing View Of The “Bystander” In Holocaust Scholarship: Historical, Ethical, And Political Implications, Victoria J. Barnett

Utah Law Review

The role of “bystanders” has been a central theme in discussions about the ethical legacy of the Holocaust. In early Holocaust historiography, “bystander” was often used as a generalized catchall term designating passivity toward Nazi crimes. “Bystander behavior” became synonymous with passivity to the plight of others, including the failure to speak out against injustice and/or assist its victims. More recent scholarship has documented the extent to which local populations and institutions were actively complicit in Nazi crimes, participating in and benefitting from the persecution of Jewish citizens, not only in Germany but across Europe. This newer research has ...


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