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Law, ethics, and the continuing tragedy of the Florida commons

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Keith W. Rizzardi

Keith is a husband, father, lawyer & law professor at St. Thomas University. An experienced government attorney, he now teaches legal ethics, administrative law, environmental law, negotiation, compliance, and civil procedure.

Special PAD Lecture: Law vs. Pandemic

To my future law students: Please read the materials below to prepare for our class together. And be prepared, I just might call on you… Philos Adelphos Dikaios!  Fraternally yours, Prof. Keith Rizzardi (Former Fletcher Chapter Justice, Former District XXVI Justice)

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Professionalism in Florida

Ethics & Professionalism…

Regulating lawyers, through rules and behavioral norms.

ProfessionalismHandbook

Jurisprudential thinking

For videos and movies…

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Water Law / Netherlands Links

Information coming soon re: Water law in the Netherlands (May 2019)

Civil Procedure Links

Resources for civil procedure students.

litigation

Federal Resources

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Administrative Law Links

Administrative Law Syllabus Spring 2019

Resources about adjudication, rulemaking and information management by government agencies.

US Constitution

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Interviewing Counseling & Negotiation

Resources for lawyers beyond the courtroom.

negotiation-skills-training

Fall Syllabus 2019

InterviewCounselNegotiate Syllabus Fall 2019 Updated

InterviewCounselNegotiate Assignments Updated 08152019

10/10: Complete Simmons II exercise, and read background for employment negotiation (see email and hyperlink)

10/17: All students complete both assignments. (1) Turn in 500 word Simmons I/II reflection (insights from experience per syllabus). (2) Also turn in 500 word Simmons I/II outcome analysis (a) Whether you recommended or decided to settle; (b) why you made that recommendation or decision; and (c) how perceptions of risk affected the analysis. NOTES from Simmons I/II should NOT be turned in.

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Professional Responsibility & Ethics

Codes & cases, rules & writings about legal ethics, lawyer professionalism, bar admissions, the regulation of attorneys, legal ethics and compliance.

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