Ok, so I’ve got past the exam marking and am turning my mind to important things like…. …erm, linking up with the World of Twitter. Soon I turn my mind to the ethics of lawyers fees (is it an oxymoron, to which the answer will be the usual academic equivocation of yes and no) and other forms of self publication, I promise. I’ll bet you can’t wait. Been quoted twice this week both in response to research by Jures which Jon Robins interviewed me about about post-Clementi type things. See here for the latest one http://tiny.cc/ex1q5.
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Professor of Law and Professional Ethics, University of Exeter Law School. FAcSS. Honorary Prof, UCL Laws. Particularly interested legal ethics, the professions, access to justice, the future of practice, social mobility, and legal education. View all posts by Richard Moorhead