UCL Faculty of Laws


Ethics and NDAs

This document reports on a Centre for Ethics and Law (CELs) think tank on non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).

The UCL Centre for Ethics and Law building facade

3 May 2018

Think tanks are designed to engage practitioners, policymakers, and academics in discussion of ethical problems. An invited audience and expert panel discuss those problems, suggest how they might be dealt with, and make suggestions as to future directions.

The Centre for Ethics and Law is part of the UCL Faculty of Law and provides a focus for thought leadership, events, research and teaching in the field of law and ethics. It aims to encourage ethical reflection, awareness and positive change through teaching, research and stakeholder engagement with the public, policy makers, regulators, practitioners and academics.

Many thanks to Kingsley Napley for their support of this event and publication.

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