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Researching Legal Ethics

This lesson will introduce the student to researching legal ethics. The student will be introduced to the history of legal ethics governance and will learn about the development and adoption of the Model Code, Model Rules, and state and local variations. Students will learn the difference between command, permissive, and aspirational language. Finally, students will learn about the research process by working through a hypothetical designed to introduce them to a number of resources.

Lesson Completion Time

20 minutes
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Lesson ID

LR43