- Fall 2017: Chinese Law Program
- Spring 2018: No courses taught
Judith A. McMorrow
Professor of Law
Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street
Newton Center, MA 02459
Contributions to Books (4)
Law and Lawyers in the U.S.: The Hero-Villain Dichotomy Boston College Law School Faculty Papers (2010)
Lawyers in U.S. culture are often presented in either an extremely positive or extremely negative light. Although popular culture exaggerates and oversimplifies the 'good v. bad' dynamic of lawyers, this dichotomy provides important insights into ...
Toward an Ecclesiastical Professional Ethic: Lessons from the Legal Profession Church Ethics And Its Organizational Context: Learning from the Sex Abuse Scandal in the Catholic Church (2006)
As the Catholic Church struggles with the aftermath of the clergy sexual abuse crisis, some have explored the possibility of an ecclesiastical code of professional conduct. Lawyers' long and storied history with professional codes offers ...
Selected Professional Activities (32)
Teaching Legal Ethics in China American Bar Association Rule of Law Conference (2013)
Both legal education and the legal services sector is growing rapidly in China, putting increasing need on exploring the role of legal ethics education in this process. This ABA Rule of Law sponsored conference at ...
Ethical Issues in Labor Arbitration 12th Annual Conference of the NE Consortium of State Labor Relations Agencies (2012)
This 90 minute presentation was designed to serve as Continuing Legal Education program for lawyers in the New England area. The written materials included a prior publication (Advocate as Witness).
Conference Chair & Introductory Remarks, ABA Professional Responsibility Conference ABA Center for Professional Responsibility (2012)
I was chair of the Planning Committee for this conference, which draws about 400 scholars, regulators and practitioners. My brief opening remarks set the stage for the opening panel which I had organized on Watergate: ...