Embedding Professionalism into Legal Education
Denise Platfoot Lacey
University of Dayton School of Law
April 7, 2011
Journal of Law, Business & Ethics, Vol. 18, p. 41, February 2012
There has been a repeated call to incorporate professionalism training in legal education in order to assist students in developing professionalism. While law schools have begun to answer this call, they often fail to teach and assess actual professionalism behaviors of their law students. Such failure results in lost opportunities to impart to law students the expectations of the legal profession, as well as to help them to develop the highest standards of conduct. This article will present information about a model of professionalism assessment in medical education and how it can be integrated into legal education to facilitate the teaching and evaluation of professionalism in law students.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 22
Keywords: professionalism, legal education, lawyer professionalism, lawyer training
Date posted: December 22, 2011 ; Last revised: December 31, 2012
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