03 December, 2015
A new suite of ethical e-learning scenarios was recently launched by The Law Society.
The interactive scenarios, developed in collaboration with Aurion Learning, will support solicitors in recognising and navigating difficult situations they may encounter in their professional lives.
Commenting on the new training initiative, Mairin Murray, Learning Services Manager at Aurion Learning said:
“We were really pleased to be able to meet the Law Society’s requirement for practical training that reflects actual ethical dilemmas.”
“For this project, we used an engaging scenario based approach with attractive online graphics to support the learning in making key judgement calls about ethical practice. The new content format further enhances our wider work with Law Society CPD Centre.”
The scenarios have been developed as part of the Law Society's recent Ethics Project to explore how it can best support and promote a culture of ethics within the profession.
Law Society chief executive Catherine Dixon said:
'The Law Society supports and promotes a culture of good ethical decision-making in the profession. This suite of interactive ethical scenarios forms an important part of training and development to help solicitors prepare for ethical dilemmas that arise in practice.'
The new ethical training is available to both solicitors and non-solicitors and is accessible through registration on the Law Society CPD Centre.
The scenarios have been developed as part of the Law Society's recent Ethics Project to explore how the Law Society can best support and promote a culture of ethics within the profession.
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