Previous CEL Events
- Moral Judgments: Insights from Psychology, Computer Science, and Neuroscience
- International Conference on Access to Justice and Legal Services
- Banning Referral Fees
- CEL Annual Lecture - The Place of 'Institutions' in the Idea of 'Corruption'
- UCL Inaugural Lecture: Precarious Professionalism
- Book Launch: The Foundations and Future of Financial Regulation - Governance for Responsibility
- Lunch Hour Lecture: Should We Trust Lawyers?
Published: Feb 3, 2016 2:15:55 PM
Published: Jan 20, 2016 4:27:39 PM
Corporate Lawyers’ Approach to Professional Ethics Could be a “Serious Problem” – Professor Richard Moorhead in Legal Futures
Published: Oct 8, 2015 12:37:39 PM
Regulating (from) the Inside: The Legal Framework for Internal Control in Banks and Financial Institutions
Published: Oct 7, 2015 4:19:25 PM
Lunch Hour Lecture: Should We Trust Lawyers?
Publication date: Dec 04, 2013 03:51 PM
Feb 04, 2014 01:15 PM
End: Feb 04, 2014 01:55 PM
Location: UCL Darwin Lecture Theatre, Darwin Building, Malet Place, London WC1E 7JG
Public trust in lawyers is on the decline. Some of this is inevitable: Hackgate, the financial scandal and Hillsborough have all involved lawyers at pivotal moments. But are lawyers just doing their jobs in these cases or crossing ethical boundaries? An analysis of professional rules, lawyer psychology and economics suggest lawyers need to do some work to rebuild trust and behave more professionally.
- Professor Richard Moorhead, Professor of Law and Professional Ethics and Director of the Centre for Ethics and Law, UCL
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