Ethics In Litigation
Ethics and Professional Responsibility
CPD Points 1
How do lawyers’ duties to the court interplay with those owed to clients? This course explores lawyers' ethical duties in the context of litigation and explores the tension between these different obligations.
This course examines contemporary rules of professional conduct in the context of litigation. There is a particular focus on the obligations owed by a practitioner to the court, and the interplay of these duties with those owed to clients and opponents in litigation.
Practical examples and case studies are used to illustrate the tension between these duties and encourage practitioners to consider how they would respond in different situations.
This course utilises authorities and judgments from a number of Australian jurisdictions, including recent High Court decisions. The course also examines some of the contemporary issues which are influencing and altering the professional obligations of legal practitioners at a national level.
Christopher Shanahan SC
Christopher Shanahan SC was admitted to the WA bar in 1984 and the High Court of Australia in 1990. He has practiced as a barrister at Francis Burt Chambers since 1994.
Professional SkillsPersuasion in Negotiation and Mediation
Author John Wade
CPD Points 1Rating:4.0/5
Professional SkillsExamination in Chief
Author Judge Toni Lucev
CPD Points 1Rating:4.5/5
Ethics and Professional ResponsibilityJudicial Stress and Judicial Bullying
Author The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG
CPD Points 1
Ethics and Professional ResponsibilityThe Ethics of Legal Advising: The Case of the Torture Memos
Author Professor Bradley Wendel
CPD Points 1Rating:5.0/5