''Education, education, education'': Legal, moral and clinical
A Survey of Physician Training Programs in Risk Management and Communication Skills for Malpractice Prevention
A Window of Opportunity: Ethics and Professionalism in the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship
After virtue: A study in moral theory
Bringing professional responsibility back in
Client Capture and the Professional Service Firm
Comment: does the LSAT mirror or magnify racial and ethnic differences in educational attainment? A study of equally achieving ‘elite’ college students.
Context, Conflict, and Resolution: A New Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Professionalism
Designing an Outcome-based Ethics Curriculum for Professional Education: strategies and evidence of effectiveness
Designing Ethics Indicators for Legal Services Provision
Educating the Reflective Legal practitioner
Empty Ethics and Reasonable Responsibility: Vocabularies of Motive among Law and Business Students
Ethical Competence and Professional Associations
Ethical decision making and the employed lawyer
Ethical Numbness: Some Glimpses Of Lawyers Across Asia And The South Pacific
Ethical Outcomes and the Training Framework Review
Ethical Professional (Trans)Formation: Themes from Interviews about Professionalism with Exemplary Lawyers
Ethics in Legal Education and Training: Four Reports, Three Jurisdictions and a Prospectus
Evaluating physicians'' professionalism and humanism: the case for humanism" connoisseurs"
Hired professional to hired gun: an identity theory approach to understanding the ethical behaviuor of professionals in non-professional organisations
Identity and engagement for professional formation
Legal Ethics and Risk Management: Complementary Visions of Lawyer Regulation
Legal Ethics at the Initial Stage: A Model Curriculum
Legal ethics in Australian law schools
Legal ethics, the marketplace and the fragmentation of legal professionalism
New career models in UK professional service firms: from up-or-out to up-and-going-nowhere?
Organizational Professionalism in Globalizing Law Firms
Patient safety first: responsive regulation in health care
Preparatory Ethics Training for Future Solicitors
Professional identity development: a review of the higher education literature
Professionalism and Sustainability in the Professional Associations Sector: UK and Ireland
Professionalism and the legal services market
Professionalism as Enterprise: Service Class Politics and the Redefinition of Professionalism
Professionalism Under Attack. The Solicitors’ Association Of Higher Court Advocates The Second Lord Slynn Memorial Lecture: 29 March 2012
Professionalism under the Legal Services Act 2007
Professionalism, the Third Logic: On the Practice of Knowledge
Proposed International Education Standard (IES) 4 Initial Professional Development - Professional Values, Ethics, and Attitudes (Revised)
Public rules and private values: fractured profession (alism) s and institutional ethics
Public rules and private values: fractured profession(alism)s and institutional ethics
Reinserting the professional into the study of globalizing professional service firms: the case of law
Roundtable on Legal Ethics in Legal Education: Should it be a Required Course?
Sociological Analysis of Professionalism: Past, Present and Future
The constitutively social character of expertise
The effects of professional education on values and the resolution of ethical dilemmas: Business school vs. law school students
The Emperor’s New Clothes: from Atticus Finch to Denny Crane
The Ethical Codes of UK Professional Associations
The Ethics Project in Legal Education
The Evolution of the Professional: A Paradigm
The Fall of Legal Ethics and the Rise of Risk Management
The future of the professions: are they up for it?
The legal profession in times of turbulence
The managerial law firm and the globalization of legal ethics
The politics of pro bono
The Principled legal firm: insights into the professional ideals and ethical values of parties and lawyers
The professionalism movement: behaviors are the key to progress
The professionalism of practising law: A comparison across work contexts
The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action
The Rise of Professionalism: a Sociological Analysis
The role of solicitors in facilitating ''Organized Crime'': Situational crime opportunities and their regulation
The Trusted Advisor
Trust and Professionalism: Challenges and Occupational Changes
Zacharias’s Prophecy: The Federalization of Legal Ethics Through Legislative, Court, and Agency Regulation
‘Associated life’: democratic professionalism and the moral imagination
‘You’re judged all the time!’ Students’ views on professionalism: a multicentre study
“You’re Hired!” Bridging the Gap between Law Student Career Aspirations and Employment Opportunities