ABA. (2014a). Standards of rules and procedure for approval of law schools 2014–2015. American Bar Association. Washington DC.
ABA. (2014b). Comprehensive guide to bar admission requirements. American Bar Association. Washington DC.
Ackman, D. (2002) ‘Enron’s lawyers: Eyes wide shut’, Forbes. http://www.forbes.com/2002/01/28/0128veenron.html. Accessed 25 June 2015
ALRC. (1999). Australian law reform commission, report on 89. Managing justice: A review of the federal justice system. http://www.alrc.gov.au/sites/default/files/pdfs/publications/ALRC89.pdf. Accessed Feb 2000.
Arthurs, H. W. (1998). Why Canadian law schools do not teach legal ethics. In K. Economides (Ed.), Ethical challenges to legal education and conduct (pp. 105–118). Oxford: Hart.
Bagaric, M., & Dimopoulos, P. (2003). Legal ethics is (just) normal ethics: Towards a coherent system of legal ethics. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 3(2), 1–30.
Bartlett, F., & Haller, L. (2013). Disclosing lawyers: Questioning law and process in the admission of Australian lawyers. Federal Law Review, 41, 227–264.
Bassler, S. A. (2014). Public access to law school honor code proceedings. Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics 7 Public Policy, 15(8), 207–243.
Bast, C., & Samuels, L. (2007–2008). Plagiarism and legal scholarship in the age of information sharing: The need for intellectual honesty. Catholic University Law Review, 57. p.777
Bermingham, V., Watson, S., & Jones, M. (2010). Plagiarism in UK law schools: Is there a postcode lottery? Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 35(1), 1–15.
Birnbauer, W. (2004) ‘I helped tobacco firm destroy documents: Lawyer’. The Age, 26 Sept 2004.
Borson, J., & Gordon, J. (2005). Marple Newtown’s student academic integrity committee. In A. Lathrop & K. Foss (Eds.), Guiding students from cheating and plagiarism to honesty and integrity. Westport: Libraries Unlimited.
Bretag, T., Mahmud, S., Wallace, M., Walker, R., McGowan, U., East, J., Partridge, L., & James, C. (2011). Core elements of exemplary academic integrity policy in Australian higher education. International Journal of Educational Integrity, 7(2), 3–12.
Bretag, T., Mahmud, S., Wallace, M., Walker, R., McGowan, U., East, J., Green, M., Partridge, L., James, C. (2013). ‘Teach us how to do it properly!’ An Australian academic integrity student survey. Studies in Higher Education, 39(7), 1150–1169.
Burnette, J. L., O’Boyle, E. H., VanEpps, E. M., & Pollack, J. M. (2013). Mind-sets matter: A meta-analytic review of implicit theories and self-regulation. Psychological Bulletin, 139(3), 655–701.
CALD. (2009). The CALD standards for Australian law schools. http://www.cald.asn.au/docs/CALD%20-%20standards%20project%20-%20final%20-%20adopted%2017%20November%202009.pdf
Campbell, A., Whitehead, J., & Finkelstein, S. (2009). Why good leaders make bad decisions. Harvard Business Review, 87(2), 60–66.
Carlos, K. C. (1997). Future of law school honor codes: Guidelines for creating and implementing effective honor codes. University of Missouri Kansas City Law Review, 65. p. 937.
Casey, T. (2014). Reflective practice in legal education: The stages of reflection. Clinical Law Review, 20, 317–354.
Corbin, L. (2013). Australian lawyers as public citizens. Legal Ethics, 16(1), 58–72.
Corbin, L., & Carter, J. (2007). Is plagiarism indicative of prospective legal practice? Legal Education Review, 17, 53–66.
Cotter, W. B. (1992). Professional responsibility instruction in Canada: A coordinated curriculum for legal education. Montreal: Conceptcom, for Joint National Committee on Legal Education.
Cumming, J. J. (2007). Where courts and academe converge: Findings of fact or academic judgment. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education, 12(1), 97–108.
De Cremer, D., Mayer, D. M., & Schminke, M. (2010). On understanding ethical behavior and decision making: A behavioral ethics approach. Business Ethics Quarterly, 20(1), 1–6.
Devlin, M., & Gray, K. (2007). In their own words: A qualitative study of the reasons Australian university students plagiarise. Higher Education Research and Development, 26(2), 181–198.
Dodek, A. M. (2008). Canadian Legal Ethics: Ready for the 21st Century at Last. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 46(1), 1–49.
Dutton, J. E., Roberts, L. M., & Bednar, J. (2010). Pathways for positive identity construction at work: Four types of positive identity and the building of social resources. Academy of Management Review, 35(2), 265–293.
Dweck, C. S. (2007). Mindset: The new psychology of success. New York: Ballantine.
Dzienkowski, J. S. (2004). Character and fitness inquiries in law school admissions. South Texas Law Review, 45, 921–982.
EAIP. (2013). Exemplary academic integrity project. University of South Australia. http://resource.unisa.edu.au/course/view.php?id=6633
Field, R., Duffy, J., & Huggins, A. (2014). Lawyering and positive professional identities. Chatswood: LexisNexis Butterworths.
Fishman, T., & Lorilei, S. (2011). Teachable moments: Ethics and reflection in service-learning. National Dropout Prevention Center/Network, Clemson University. Clemson, SC.
Flanagan, A., & Maniatis, S. M. (2008). Intellectual property on the internet. http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/sites/default/files/intellectual_property_internet.pdf
FLSC. (2014). Federation of law societies of Canada. http://www.flsc.ca/en/national-admission-standards/
Glaetzer, S. (2014). Lawyer who stole from clients jailed. Mercury, 13 Aug 2014.
Grimes, R. (1996). The ACLEC report – Meeting legal education needs in the 21st century. Legal Education Review, 281 7(2), p. 281.
Hall, K. (2013). Tough love: Professional regulation of lawyer dishonesty. ANU College of law research paper.
Hall, K., O’Brien, M. T., & Tang, S. (2010). Developing a professional identity in law school: A view from Australia. Phoenix Law Review, 4, 21–51.
Hamilton, N. (2008) Foreword: The Formation of an Ethical Identity in the Peer-Review Professions, 5 University of St Thomas Law Review 361.
Hamilton, N., & Monson, V. (2011a). Answering the skeptics on fostering ethical professional formation (professionalism). Professional Lawyer, 20(4), p. 3.
Hamilton, N., & Monson, V. (2011b). The positive empirical relationship of professionalism to effectiveness in the practice of law. Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, 24, 137–186.
Hamilton, N. W., Monson, V., & Organ, G. M. (2012). Encouraging each student’s personal responsibility for core competencies including professionalism. Professional Lawyer, 21(3), 1–17.
Harris, L. (1974). ‘The Harris Poll’, Sarasota Herald Tribute, 30 Sept 1974, 10 (Weckstein, 1974–1975).
Hodes, W. W. (2002). Truthfulness and honesty among American lawyers: Perception, reality, the professional reform initiative. South Carolina Law Review, 53, 527–548.
Hon Sir Gerard Brennan, A.C. (2007). ‘The role of the legal profession in the rule of law’, keynote speech given at the Supreme Court of Queensland, Brisbane. Law Council of Australia conference. Defending and preserving the rule of law in a climate of global and regional uncertainty, 31 Aug–1 Sept 2007.
Huang, P. H. (2015). How improving decision-making and mindfulness can improve legal ethics and professionalism. Journal of Law Business & Ethics, 21, 35–76.
Huberts, L. W. J. C., et al. (Eds.). (2008). Ethics and integrity of governance: Perspectives across frontiers. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
IBA. (2014). International Bar Association. ‘International code of ethics’ and ‘statement of general principles for ethics of lawyers’, materials accessed through the IBA. http://www.ibanet.org/Default.aspx. Accessed 19 Oct 2014.
Jacobson, C. P. (2007). Academic misconduct and bar admissions: A proposal for a revised standard. Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, 20, 739–754.
James, C. G. (2011). Law student wellbeing: Benefits of promoting psychological literacy and self-awareness using mindfulness, strengths theory and emotional intelligence. Legal Education Review, 21, 217–233.
James, N. (2013). ‘How dare you tell me how to teach!’: Resistance to educationalism within Australian law schools. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 36(3), 778–808.
James, C. G., & Mahmud, S. (2014). Promoting academic integrity in legal education: ‘Unanswered questions’ on disclosure. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 10(2), 3–16.
Josephson Institute. (2014). Model standards for academic, social, emotional, and character development: Critical educational outcomes. http://josephsoninstitute.org/
Kift, S., Israel, M., & Field, R. (2011). Bachelor of laws learning and teaching academic standards statement. Canberra, Australia: ALTC.
Kouchaki, M. (2014). In the afternoon, the moral slope gets slipperier. Harvard Business Review, May 2014.
LACC. (2010). Legal Admissions Consultative Committee (Australia), Submission to taskforce on national profession reform, 19 July 2010.
LACC. (2011). Legal Admissions Consultative Committee (Australia), Submission to SCAG working group on national legal profession reform – Suitability for admission, procedural requirements.
LACC. (2015). Revised PLT Competency Standards. Law Admissions Consultative Committee. http://www1.lawcouncil.asn.au/LACC/images/pdfs/LACCCompetencyStandardsforEntryLevelLawyers-Jan2015.pdf
Larcombe, W., Malkin, I., & Nicholson, P. (2012). Law students’ motivations, expectations and levels of psychological distress: Evidence of connections. Legal Education Review, 22, 71–98.
Lathrop, A., & Foss, K. (2005). Guiding students from cheating and plagiarism to honesty and integrity. Westport: Libraries Unlimited.
LCA. (1994). Law Council of Australia, Blueprint for the structure of the legal profession: A national market for legal services (Priestley report). http://www.lawcouncil.asn.au/lawcouncil/images/LCA-PDF/a-z-docs/BLUEPRINT.pdf
LeClercq, T. (1999). Failure to teach: Due process and law school plagiarism. Journal of Legal Education, 49(2), 236–255.
Levi, M., et al. (2004). Lawyers as crime facilitators in Europe: An introduction and overview. Crime Law & Social Change, 42, 117–121.
McCabe, D. L., Trevino, L. K., & Butterfield, K. D. (2002). Honor codes and other contextual influences on academic integrity: A replication and extension to modified honor code settings. Research in Higher Education, 43(3), 357–378.
McCulloch, S. (2012). Citations in search of a purpose: Source use and authorial voice in L2 student writing. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 8(1), 55–69.
Morgan, R. (2012). Roy Morgan image of professions survey 2012. http://www.roymorgan.com/findings/5531-image-of-professions-2014-201404110537
NBAR. (2013). Report of the commission on the theft of American intellectual property. http://www.ipcommission.org/report/ip_commission_report_052213.pdf
Nicholson, L. H. (2002–2003). A Hobson’s choice for securities lawyers in the post-Enron environment: Striking a balance between the obligation of client loyalty and market gatekeeper. Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, 16. p. 91.
Nonis, S., & Swift, C. (2001). An examination of the relationship between academic honesty and workplace dishonesty: A multi-campus investigation. Journal of Education for Business, 77(2). p. 69.
Northrop, F. (1959). The complexity of legal ethical experience, p. 6. Cited in O’Dair (1998) Recent developments in the teaching of legal ethics. National Dropout Prevention Center/Network, Clemson University. Clemson, SC.
O’Dair, R. (1998). Recent developments in the teaching of legal ethics – A UK perspective. In K. Economides (Ed.), Ethical challenges to legal education and conduct. UK; Hart Publishing.
Oko, O. (2008–2009). Lawyers in fragile democracies and the challenges of democratic consolidation: The Nigerian experience. Fordham Law Review, 77. p. 1295.
Parker, C., & Evans, A. (2014). Inside lawyers’ ethics. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
Posner, R. A. (2007). The little book of plagiarism. New York: Pantheon.
Martin (then QC), W. (2003). The HIH royal commission. http://www.hihroyalcom.gov.au/
Riddle, T. (2013). How your moral decisions are shaped by a bad mood. Scientific American, March 12. p.491
Roxon, N. (2006). The people vs lawyers: The case for an ethical (and influential) profession. Keynote address to the inaugural Australian women lawyers conference ‘Celebrating excellence’, Sydney. 29–30 Sept 2006.
Schroder, H. S., Moran, T. P., Donnellan, M. B., & Moser, J. S. (2014). Mindset induction effects on cognitive control: A neurobehavioral investigation. Biological Psychological, 103, 27–37.
Sheldon, K. M., & Krieger, L. S. (2004). Does legal education have undermining effects on law students? Evaluating changes in motivation, values, and well-being. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 22, 261–286.
Sherr, A., & Webley, L. (2006). Legal Ethics in England and Wales. University of London, Instituted of Advanced Legal Studies. http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/264. Accessed 25 June 2015.
Simons, T. (2008). The integrity dividend: Leading by the power of your word. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.
SRA. (2011). Solicitors’ regulation authority, SRA suitability test 2011, (England and Wales). http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/handbook/admissionregs/content.page. Accessed 25 Oct 2014.
Stansbury, J. M., & Sonenshein, S. (2012). Positive business ethics: Grounding and elaborating a theory of good works. In K. S. Cameron & G. M. Spreitzer (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of positive organizational scholarship (pp. 340–352). New York: Oxford University Press.
Sullivan, W. M., Colby, A., Wegner, J. W., Bond, L., & Shulman, L. S. (2007). Educating lawyers: Preparation for the profession of law. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Sutherland-Smith, W. (2005). Pandora’s box: Academic perceptions of student plagiarism in writing. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 4(1), 83–95.
Tadros, E. (2014). Law degree the new arts degree, students warned. Financial Review. http://www.afr.com/p/national/law_degree_the_new_arts_degree_students_1K7jPfP5dRkaZGVazcMAEP. Accessed 9 Sept 2014.
Tamanaha, B. Z. (2014). Insights about the nature of law from history. Kobe Memorial Lecture, Washington University in St Louis School of Law Legal studies research paper series.
Tani, M., & Vines, P. (2009). Law students attitudes to education: a pointer to depression in the legal academy and the profession? Legal Education Review, 19(1&2), 3–39.
Tennant, P., Rowell, G., & Duggan, F. (2007). Academic misconduct benchmarking research project: Part 1. The range and spread of penalties. Available for Student Plagiarism among UK Higher Education Institutions. http://archive.plagiarismadvice.org/documents/amber/FinalReport.pdf
Thomas, M. (2013). Admission as a lawyer: The fearful spectre of academic integrity. QUT Law Review, 13(1), 73–99.
Trevino, L. K., den Nieuwenboer, N. A., & Kish-Gephart, J. J. (2014). (Un)ethical behavior in organizations. Annual Review of Psychology, 65, 635–660.
Turow, S. (1988). Why competence isn’t enough. Student Lawyer, 17(4), 46–51.
UoN. (2014). University of Newcastle Australia. Code of conduct. http://www.newcastle.edu.au/policy/000059.html
Vansteenkiste, M., Lens, W., & Deci, E. L. (2006). Intrinsic versus extrinsic goal contents in self-determination theory: Another look at the quality of academic motivation. Educational Psychologist, 41(1), 19–31.
Vohs, K. D., Baumeister, R. F., Schmeichel, B. J., Twenge, J. M., Nelson, N. M., & Tice, D. M. (2008). Making choices impairs subsequent self-control: A limited resource account of decision making, self-regulation, and active initiative. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94, 883–898.
Weckstein, D. T. (1974–1975). Watergate and the law schools. San Diego Law Review, 12. p. 261.
Woolley, A. (2014). Legal education reform and the good lawyer. Alberta Law Review, 51, 801–818.
Wyburn, M. (2008). Disclosure of prior student academic misconduct in admission to legal practice: Lessons for universities and the courts. QUTLJJ, 8(2), 314–341.
Wyburn, M. (2009). The confusion in defining plagiarism in legal education and legal practice in Australia. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 7(1), 37–63.