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Ethics of Prosecution

Citation: Sherr, Avrom (2006) Ethics of Prosecution.

This article considers the codes of conduct of professionals carrying out prosecution work, and obedience to these codes. Such codes are referred to as the “legal ethics” of the respective professions. Three codes of conduct apply: The Code for Crown Prosecutors, the Solicitors Code of Conduct and the Code of Conduct for the Bar.Paper delivered by Professor Avrom Sherr, Director, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies as Woolf Chair in Legal Education at a Public Lecture, at the IALS in 1998.

Creators: Sherr, Avrom and
Subjects: Law
Keywords: Legal ethics, Legal profession, United Kingdom
Divisions: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Collections: IALS Staff
Dates:
  • 14 December 2006 (published)
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