Book Launch: In-House Lawyers’ Ethics: Institutional Logics, Legal Risk and the Tournament of Influence

Please join us on 29 January 2019 for the launch of In-House Lawyers' Ethics: Institutional Logics, Legal Risk and the Tournament of Influence, written by Richard Moorhead and Steven Vaughan, of UCL’s Faculty of Laws, and Cristina Godinho, of Lisbon University Institute.  In-house lawyers are regularly exhorted to be more commercial, proactive and strategic, to be … Continue reading Book Launch: In-House Lawyers’ Ethics: Institutional Logics, Legal Risk and the Tournament of Influence

In-House Lawyers: Ethics and Institutional Logics

Steven Vaughan, Cristina Godhino, and my book In-house Lawyers Ethics: Institutional Logics, Legal Risk and the Tournament of Influence is available for purchase from today in hard and electronic versions. It explores data from over 60 interviews and UCL’s Mapping the Moral Compass survey. Paul Gilbert has very kindly reviewed the book here. UCL’s Centre for Ethics and Law will … Continue reading In-House Lawyers: Ethics and Institutional Logics

LawTech: Time for a cybernetic legal ethics?

The following is an updated and somewhat expanded version of a talk I gave at a recent CILEX roundtable on law and technology. I am sometimes sceptical, but basically a proponent of innovation in legal services. I believe that the application of technology, principles of design, and learning from the behavioural sciences in particular will … Continue reading LawTech: Time for a cybernetic legal ethics?