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Schedule of Programs and Sessions

Schedule of Programs and Sessions


8:00-9:00 am - Registration and Breakfast 

9:00-10:30 am

The Ethics of Judicial Appointments I Room 3-01

International Perspectives on the Business/Profession Dichotomy Room 3-02

Ethics in Criminal Advocacy Room 4-01

Legal Ethics and National Security Crises Room 4-02

Lawyers, Responsibility to Others and Moral Conversations Room 2-01A

Actions Speak Louder than Words: The Ethical Law School Moot Court

Perspectives on Expanding Access to Justice Room 3-09

10:30 am – break

11:00-12:30 pm 

Building Legal Institutions: Lawyers and Judges Room 3-02

Comparative and Empirical Assessment of Ethical Values of Asian Law Students Room 3-01

The Problem of the “Heroic” Model of the Ethical Lawyer Moot Court

Ethics in Strategic Human Rights Litigation: Development of a Practice Note Room 3-09

Forming Professional Identity Room 4-01

Exploring Access to Justice from a Variety of Perspectives Room 4-02

Professional Regulation Challenges: Perspectives and Responses Room 2-01A

12:30 pm – Lunch

2:00-3:30 pm 

Comparative Judicial Ethics in the Digital Age Room 2-01A

Approaches to Advocating on Behalf of Vulnerable Clients: Through the Lens of Addiction, Sexual Assault and Asylum Room 3-01

Building Defense Bar Capacity to Ensure Equality of Arms Room 3-02

On the Frontier of Change: South African Legal Ethics Education Room 3-09

Lawyers in an Authoritarian Regime: A Case Study in China Moot Court

Aspects of Lawyer Involvement in Mediation Room 4-01

Professional Development and Training through a Variety of Models: Apprenticeship, Externship and Post-Qualification Platforms Room 4-02

3:30 pm – break

4:00-5:30 pm

Integrity in Judicial Ethics and Regulation Room 3-01

Globalized Legal Profession: Non-Lawyer Ownership and Third Party Investment in Lawyers’ Earnings Room 3-02

Current Trends in Prosecutorial Ethics and Regulation Moot Court

Philosophical Legal Ethics from Multiple Perspectives Room 2-01A

New Approaches to Teaching Legal Ethics Room 4-02

Clinic Selection, Access & Orientation: What are the Ethical Issues and Who are the Stakeholders? Room 4-01

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 Room 3-09

5:30-7:00 pm - Evening Reception

FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2016

8:00-9:00 am - Registration and Breakfast 

9:00-10:30 am

Too Few Judges: Effects, Backlogs and Workloads Room 3-09

Lawyer Mobility – A Value or a Threat? Room 3-01

The Hardest Issues in “Public Interest Lawyering” Today I Room 4-01

Narrative Ethics Room 4-07

The Legal Profession Under an Empirical Lens: Lawyers in Japan, Israel, Canada and India Room 2-01A

Approaching Free Speech and Lawyer Regulation Room 4-02

The Essence of the Client-Lawyer Relationship Moot Court

10:30 am -- break

11:00-12:30 pm

Judicial Ethics from Around the World: Roles, Responsibilities and Unique Challenges Room 3-09

International Ethics and Transnational Governance Issues Room 3-01

Synergizing Legal Ethics, Pro Bono, Justice Education & Legal Aid to Achieve Greater Access to Justice Room 4-01

Professional Value Formation and Moral Outlook of Future Lawyers at Law Schools, as Trainees and in their First Year of Practice Room 2-01A

Lawyers’ Professional Conduct In the Face of Political Challenge Moot Court

Global Comparisons Regarding When and How to Teach Ethics Room 4-07

LawWithoutWalls: An Inquiry into the future of Law Practice Room 4-02

12:30 pm -- 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.  Room 2-01A

Access to Justice gathering for conference participants who will be speaking about access-to-justice at ILEC VII and/or who work on those issues at home.    Room 7-119

2:00-3:30 pm

The Ethics of Judicial Appointments II Room 3-01

International Perspectives on the Regulation of Lawyers and Legal Services Moot Court

Comparative Approaches to Teaching Professional Responsibility in the Public Interest Room 4-01

Experiential Approaches to Teaching Behavioral Legal Ethics Room 2-01A

Ethics and the Legal Profession in India Room 3-09

Teaching Legal Ethics in Historical, Social and Cultural Context Room 4-07

Rhetoric, Perception and Ethical Norms Room 4-08

Testing the Paradigm: Regulatory Objectives and Access to Justice in the UK, Canada and the U.S. Room 4-02

3:30 pm —break

4:00-5:30 pm

Judicial Ethics Room 4-02

Attorney Misconduct Room 3-09

Access to Justice: Is More Access Enough? Room 3-01

Recent Developments and Future Directions in the Study of Behavioral Legal Ethics Room 2-01A

Global Expansion of the Lawyer Ethics Course Moot Court

Around the World in 80 Minutes? The Importance of Understanding Culture in Legal Practice & Legal Education
Room 4-07

The Role of Bar Associations in Successful Legal Profession Development in Transitioning Countries Room 4-01

5:30-7:00 pm - Evening Reception 


8:00 am - Breakfast

9:00-10:30 am

Discrimination and the Practice of Law Room 4-02

Relational Perspectives on Ethics and the Legal Profession Moot Court

Regulating the Delivery of Legal Services – The FATF and Lawyers as Gatekeepers Room 3-01

Quality Control of Professional Conduct Room 4-01

Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Approaches to Addressing Ethical Challenges of Vulnerable Populations
Room 2-01A

The Role of Ethics in Advertising, Regulation and Teaching: Beyond the Rules of Professional Conduct Room 3-09

10:30 am – break

11:00-12:30 pm

Innovation and the Practice of Law Moot Court

International Perspectives on Legal Ethics: A View from the Americas Room 4-02

Keeping Up Appearances: Legal Dress Room 4-01

Should Legal Ethics be Taught? Continental and Common Law Perspectives Room 4-07

Professional Values and Corporate Lawyers Room 3-01

Ethics in Elder Law Room 2-01A

Corruption, Dignity & Independence of the Legal Profession: View from Russia, Nigeria & South Africa Room 3-09

12:30 pm – lunch

IAOLE Board and Informational meeting in Room 2-01A

2:00-3:30 pm 

Technology and Provision of Legal Services to the Poor and Middle Class in the USA and Beyond Room 4-02

Pioneering Legal Ethics Courses in the Arab Countries of the Middle East: Case Studies from Qatar, Palestine and Egypt
Room 2-01A

Comparative Legal Profession Histories Room 4-01

Aggregate Litigation Ethics Room 3-01

Technology, Ethics, Professionalism and Legal Education Room 4-07

Corruption and Ethical Challenges to Legal Professionals Room 3-09

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

3:30 pm – break

4:00-5:30 pm

The Hardest Issues in “Public Interest Lawyering” Today II Moot Court

Legal Ethics in Action: Dispatches from the Front Lines Room 4-01

Regulating Lawyers in a Liberalized Legal Services Market: Developments for Corporate Counsel in the EU Room 3-09

Philosophy and Legal Ethics: Ideals, Dilemmas and Dualism Room 4-07

Good T.V., Bad Ethics: Legal Ethics in Contemporary Popular Culture Room 3-01

Comparative Study on Legal Ethics Education in 2 Islamic Countries: Current Situation & Future Perspectives on Iran & Pakistan Room 4-02

Law Students and Law Faculty: Professional Challenges Room 2-01A