The Legal Profession complete notes for both LAWS5009 and LAWS2013 course at the Sydney Law School. These are very detailed, 254 page long notes.

  • Lecturer
  • Professor Rita Shackel
  • Class Year
  • 2016
  • Grade
  • 79%
  • Number of Pages
  • 254
  • Staff Rating
  • 5/5

The Legal Profession complete notes for both LAWS5009 and LAWS2013 course at the Sydney Law School. These are very detailed, 254 page long notes based on lecture materials, readings and assigned cases. Originally created for LAWS5009, can be used for LAWS2013 as well because of the course similarities. These Legal Profession notes are organised in week by week format. Case summaries are bullet pointed and boxed for easy recognition. Some of the covered topics are:

  • An Introduction To Professionalism. The Importance Of Ethics In Legal Education And Practice
  • Access To Justice. The Structure/Framework Of The Profession And The Legal Services Market
  • Regulation Of The Legal Profession. Values, Ethics And Character In Lawyering
  • Changes In The Legal Services Market And The New Landscape
  • Admission To Practice
  • Admission Continued/Discipline
  • Discipline Continued
  • Women In The Legal Profession
  • Communication/Interviewing
  • Interviewing (Continued)
  • Duties Of Representation And The Lawyer-Client Relationship
  • Duties To The Court
  • Duty To Clients In Tort [Not Examinable]
  • Duties In The Criminal Context
  • Advocates’ Immunity [Not Examinable]
  • Duty Of Confidentiality
  • Client Legal/Legal Professional Privilege
  • Conflicts Of Loyalty And Interest: Lawyer-Client Conflict, Client-Client (Concurrent) Conflict
  • Conflicts Of Loyalty And Interest: Acting Against A Former Client (Successive) Conflict
  • Duty To Account [Not Examinable]

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