Friday, May 29, 2015

Malawi legal practitioners falling short on ethics as demanded by their profession

Professor Garton Kamchedzera in the department of legal studies at Chancellor College, the constituent college of University of Malawi has lamented the dwindling of legal standards in country that is marred with greed and materialism.
The observation comes amid the public lost of trust on legal practioners conduct as most of them have been implicated in dubious means such as in cash gate cases under way in various Malawi’s courts.


Professor Kamchedzera made the remarks during the sensetisation conference in the capital Lilongwe on Friday which Malawi Law Society (MLC) organized for legal practioners across the nation aimed at highlighting emerging issues in ethics for possible transacting of business with the public interest.    Malawi legal practitioners falling short on ethics as demanded by their profession: Malawi legal practitioners falling short on ethics as demanded by their profession

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