Name: Donald Nicolson
Professional Title: Professor
Affiliation: University of Strathclyde
Country: United Kingdom
Title of Presentation: Teaching Ethics Without Breaking the Bank
Short Bio: Donald Nicolson is founding Director of the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic and the Clinical LLB. He teaches Ethics and Evidence and various aspects of skills and ethics training fon the Law Clinic. He has published numerous articles and a co-authored book on lawyers’ ethics (Professional Legal Ethics: Critical Interrogations (OUP) with Julian Webb, various articles on clinical legal education, a co-edited book on affirmative action, articles on evidence theory, articles and a co-edited book on criminal law, and articles on law and gender, feminist legal theory and adjudication. His current research interests are in evidence and lawyers’ ethics, with particular reference to moral development. He is on the editorial board of Legal Ethics, a trustee of LawWorks Scotland established to promote voluntary legal work and a member of Law Society of Scotland’s Access to Justice Committee, and was awarded an Order of the British Empire for services to the legal profession.