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Duncan, N. J.
Publisher: The City Law School of City University London
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: BJ, K, LB2361
This paper responds to the debate over whether ethics is better taught in one or more discrete modules or pervasively throughout the law degree programme. It surveys the existing literature and looks at recent developments in different countries where attempts have been made to achieve the goals established by Deborah Rhode in her concept of a ‘continuing method’. Finally, it concludes with a list of citations which will direct readers to further useful argument and analysis.
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