The Ethics of Expert Evidence
Police and Law Enforcement Ethics
Edited By Katerina Hadjimatheou, Tom Sorell, John Guelke
January 17, 2017
Governments often act in the name of security to protect their citizenries. For example by legislation or by the recruitment and employment of large numbers of armed personnel to detect and prosecute violent crime, or via engagements in military interventions to repel or pre-empt foreign attacks. ...
Edited By Monroe H. Freedman, Abbe Smith, Alice Wooley
November 23, 2016
This collection contains the very best writing on lawyers’ ethics. Timeless and provocative, the essays explore the moral foundations of the lawyer’s role as well as the personal and professional dilemmas lawyers face in the practice of law. What does it mean to be a good lawyer? How does a lawyer ...
By Emma Cunliffe
November 01, 2016
The articles selected for this volume represent the best of the research conducted at the intersection of law, professional ethics and expert evidence. The collection incorporates legal perspectives from a wide range of jurisdictions, peer-reviewed literature drawn from expert disciplines, and ...
By Keith Swisher
October 26, 2016
Judicial ethics is a surprisingly underexplored area and this volume marks an important point in this relatively new but commendably growing field of studies. The areas covered range from the metaethics of decision and how this impacts the judiciary to the ethical evaluation of the substance and ...