Mena Ruparel is joined by Jo O’ Sullivan from O’Sullivan family law discuss ethics at the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak. Jo shares her experiences of ethical decision making and how she thinks things might challenge us in the current climate.
Richard Burnham looks at how law firms can create an ethical culture and support millennials in making ethical decisions
Mena Ruparel on the risks of representing both parties in a divorce and other potential conflicts
Saying that you acted the way you did because your boss told you to do so may not be enough of a defence says Mena Ruparel
Could dodging a train fare be a false economy for solicitors? Mena Ruparel with some salutary tales.
Are ethics and Codes of Conduct too often conflated? Mena Ruparel looks at the differences.
Mena Ruparel looks at the situation where a client is asking for a pre-nuptial agreement that stipulates guaranteed sexual acts.
Whether you call it lawtech, legaltech or artificial intelligence (if you really must), technology is quickly thickening the foundations of the delivery of legal services. Richard Burnham looks at the ethical implications.
Ethics training for qualified solicitors is not mandatory. This surprises other professionals and the public as it defies their expectations.
Recorded to mark publication of the 1st edition in 2017