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Below is the schedule of the 85 programs that will be presented during ILEC VII.  If a speaker has submitted a paper, it has been posted immediately below that speaker's program. To download a posted paper, please click on the author's name below the program title. We will continue to add new papers as we receive them.

Thursday, July 14, 2016
9 - 10:30 a.m.

The Ethics of Judicial Appointments I

International Perspectives on the Business/Profession Dichotomy
THOMAS MORGAN
JOHN FLOOD

Ethics in Criminal Advocacy

KELLIE TOOLE
STEPHANIE ROBERTS SLIDES

Legal Ethics and National Security Crises

Lawyers, Responsibility to Others and Moral Conversations

Actions Speak Louder than Words: The Ethical Law School
LEAH WORTHAM SLIDES

Perspectives on Expanding Access to Justice
NICK JOHNSON

10:30 a.m. – break

11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Building Legal Institutions: Lawyers and Judges
MARJAN ARSOVSKI PAPER #2

Comparative and Empirical Assessment of Ethical Values of Asian Law Students

The Problem of the “Heroic” Model of the Ethical Lawyer
ABBE SMITH

Ethics in Strategic Human Rights Litigation: Development of a Practice Note
MARION ISOBEL

Forming Professional Identity
TUOMAS TIITTALA
MARKUS WALZ
JUAN BECA
and SLIDES

Exploring Access to Justice from a Variety of Perspectives

Professional Regulation Challenges: Perspectives and Responses
TOM LININGER
STEPHEN PITEL

12:30 p.m. – Lunch

2 - 3:30 p.m.

Comparative Judicial Ethics in the Digital Age

Approaches to Advocating on Behalf of Vulnerable Clients: Through the Lens of Addiction, Sexual Assault and Asylum

Building Defense Bar Capacity to Ensure Equality of Arms

On the Frontier of Change: South African Legal Ethics Education
KATHERINE KRUSE

Lawyers in an Authoritarian Regime: A Case Study in China
XIAOCHEN ZHANG PAPER and SLIDES

Aspects of Lawyer Involvement in Mediation

Professional Development and Training through a Variety of Models: Apprenticeship, Externship and Post-Qualification Platforms
ROLAND FLETCHER

3:30 p.m. – break

4 - 5:30 p.m.

Integrity in Judicial Ethics and Regulation
ANDREW LYNCH

Globalized Legal Profession: Non-Lawyer Ownership and Third Party Investment in Lawyers’ Earnings
LOUISE HILL

Current Trends in Prosecutorial Ethics and Regulation
KELLIE TOOLE
ERIC FISH

Philosophical Legal Ethics from Multiple Perspectives
EMANUEL TUCSA and SLIDES

New Approaches to Teaching Legal Ethics
ROSELINE EHIEMUA
CAROLINE STREVENS SLIDES

Clinic Selection, Access & Orientation: What are the Ethical Issues and Who are the Stakeholders?

Special Topics in Professional Regulation: Regulatory Role of Competition Law; Inadvertent Disclosure of Litigation Risk; Role of Professional Privilege in Government Representations; and Data Protection & Attorney-Client Privilege
SVEN KOHLMEIER
ANDY CHEN

5:30 - 7 p.m. - Evening Reception

FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2016

9 - 10:30 a.m.

Too Few Judges: Effects, Backlogs and Workloads
FERNANDO GALINDO

Lawyer Mobility – A Value or a Threat?

The Hardest Issues in “Public Interest Lawyering” Today I

Narrative Ethics
LORI JOHNSON

The Legal Profession Under an Empirical Lens: Lawyers in Japan, Israel, Canada and India

Approaching Free Speech and Lawyer Regulation
MARGARET TARKINGTON
RENEE KNAKE
JAN JACOBOWITZ

The Essence of the Client-Lawyer Relationship

10:30 a.m. - break

11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Judicial Ethics from Around the World: Roles, Responsibilities and Unique Challenges
OLENA OVCHARENKO
GRZEGORZ SKROBOTOWICZ and ANNA RUCHALA

International Ethics and Transnational Governance Issues
MITT REGAN
CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW

Synergizing Legal Ethics, Pro Bono, Justice Education & Legal Aid to Achieve Greater Access to Justice

Professional Value Formation and Moral Outlook of Future Lawyers at Law Schools, as Trainees and in their First Year of Practice
RICHARD MOORHEAD PAPER and SLIDES
YAEL EFRON PAPER and SLIDES

Lawyers’ Professional Conduct In the Face of Political Challenge

Global Comparisons Regarding When and How to Teach Ethics

LawWithoutWalls: An Inquiry into the future of Law Practice

12:30 p.m. - Lunch
IAOLE Paper Prize Presentation to Sarah Winsberg for her paper titled Attorney “Mal-practices”: An Invisible Ethical Problem in the Early American Republic and Panel Discussion (I-8)
SARAH WINSBERG

2 - 3:30 p.m.

The Ethics of Judicial Appointments II
AMEZE GUOBADIA

International Perspectives on the Regulation of Lawyers and Legal Services

Comparative Approaches to Teaching Professional Responsibility in the Public Interest

Experiential Approaches to Teaching Behavioral Legal Ethics
TIGRAN ELDRED

Ethics and the Legal Profession in India
DEERGHA AIREN
SUSHANT CHANDRA

Teaching Legal Ethics in Historical, Social and Cultural Context
NICOLAS ETCHEVERRY
SIJAN GURAGAIN


Rhetoric, Perception and Ethical Norms
PAOLO MORO
IRIS VAN DOMSELAAR

Testing the Paradigm: Regulatory Objectives and Access to Justice in the UK, Canada and the U.S.
RICHARD MILLER

3:30 p.m. — break

4 - 5:30 p.m.

Judicial Ethics

Attorney Misconduct

Access to Justice: Is More Access Enough?

Recent Developments and Future Directions in the Study of Behavioral Legal Ethics
CATHERINE GAGE O'GRADY

Global Expansion of the Lawyer Ethics Course
XIAOBING LIU

Around the World in 80 Minutes? The Importance of Understanding Culture in Legal Practice & Legal Education

The Role of Bar Associations in Successful Legal Profession Development in Transitioning Countries
GEOFFREY ALAGARATNAM
JESSIE TANNENBAUM

5:30 - 7 p.m. - Evening Reception

SATURDAY, JULY 16, 2016

9 - 10:30 a.m.

Discrimination and the Practice of Law

Relational Perspectives on Ethics and the Legal Profession

Regulating the Delivery of Legal Services – The FATF and Lawyers as Gatekeepers
LAUREL TERRY

Quality Control of Professional Conduct

Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Approaches to Addressing Ethical Challenges of Vulnerable Populations
JONEL NEWMAN SLIDES

The Role of Ethics in Advertising, Regulation and Teaching: Beyond the Rules of Professional Conduct
AKIN OLUWADAYISI
OMOYEMEN LUCIA ODIGIE-EMMANUEL SLIDES

10:30 a.m. – break

11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Innovation and the Practice of Law
DEBORAH RHODE

International Perspectives on Legal Ethics: A View from the Americas

Keeping Up Appearances: Legal Dress
KATVAN, COOPER, HOWARD, ISANI, and CHAPON ABSTRACTS
SHAEDA ISANI
ELIZABETH COOPER
MAUREEN HOWARD

Should Legal Ethics be Taught? Continental and Common Law Perspectives

Professional Values and Corporate Lawyers
RICHARD MOORHEAD PAPER and SLIDES

Ethics in Elder Law
LISE BARRY
MARY-ANN DE MESTRE

Corruption, Dignity & Independence of the Legal Profession: View from Russia, Nigeria & South Africa
PHILIP ODIASE
OLGA SHEPELEVA

12:30 p.m. – lunch

2 - 3:30 p.m.

Technology and Provision of Legal Services to the Poor and Middle Class in the USA and Beyond

Pioneering Legal Ethics Courses in the Arab Countries of the Middle East: Case Studies from Qatar, Palestine and Egypt
MUTAZ QAFISHEH

Comparative Legal Profession Histories
FELICE BATLAN
MICHAEL ARIENS

Aggregate Litigation Ethics
VICKI WAYE

Technology, Ethics, Professionalism and Legal Education

Corruption and Ethical Challenges to Legal Professionals
SARAY RUN PAPER and SLIDES

The Role of Multidisciplinary Practices (MDPs) in the Globalized Legal Services Industry

3:30 p.m. – break

4 - 5:30 p.m.

The Hardest Issues in “Public Interest Lawyering” Today II
PAUL TREMBLAY
JESSIE TANNEBAUM 

Legal Ethics in Action: Dispatches from the Front Lines
MARY GENTILE PAPER #2

Regulating Lawyers in a Liberalized Legal Services Market: Developments for Corporate Counsel in the EU
HENDRIK SCHNEIDER

Philosophy and Legal Ethics: Ideals, Dilemmas and Dualism
ROB ATKINSON
JOSHUA DAVIS

Good T.V., Bad Ethics: Legal Ethics in Contemporary Popular Culture
SANDRA CHAPON

Comparative Study on Legal Ethics Education in 2 Islamic Countries: Current Situation & Future Perspectives on Iran & Pakistan

Law Students and Law Faculty: Professional Challenges
MILAN MARKOVIC