What Ought to be Done, and What is Done?
|Venue:||Law Society Northern Territory, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Cost:||$99 incl GST|
|Level:||Suitable for all levels of legal practice|
This workshop explores some examples of practical ethical dilemmas in legal practice.
Attendees will probe real ethical dilemmas faced by Commercial lawyers through the use of case studies considering: ‘What should I do’ and ‘What would I do’? if faced with the issues presented. The session will examine some of the barriers as to why ‘what is right’ isn’t always so easy to do!
Presenter: Dr John Garrick, Senior Lecturer, Charles Darwin University
Dr John Garrick is currently a senior lecturer in Business Law at CDU having practised law in several jurisdictions, including with Ebsworth & Ebsworth Lawyers, Sydney, the NSW Attorney-General and the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC).
Dr Garrick is the author and editor of several books on China’s legal system, the most recent being ‘China’s Socialist Rule of Law reforms under Xi Jinping’ (London: Routledge, 2016).
Earn 1 CPD Point in Professional Ethics & Responsibilities (CA).