A Thought piece on ethical conduct for attorneys.
The tenets of ethical conduct for legal professionals under the LPA.
LPC Final Code of Conduct.
The requirement to be a ‘fit and proper person’ (2011)
Corruption hinders both public and private sector productivity. It perpetuates inequality and poverty, impacting well-being and the distribution of income and undermining opportunities to participate equally in social, economic and political life. Integrity is essential for building strong institutions and assures citizens that the government is working in their interest, not just for the select few. Integrity is not just a moral issue, it is also about making economies more productive, public sectors more efficient, societies and economies more inclusive. It is about restoring trust, not just trust in government, but trust in public institutions, regulators, banks, and corporations. In 2017, the OECD adopted a new Recommendation on Public Integrity. Download the brochure at http://www.oecd.org/gov/ethics/recommendation-public-integrity/
In 2017, the OECD adopted a new Recommendation on Public Integrity. Download the brochure at http://www.oecd.org/gov/ethics/recommendation-public-integrity/
The Ethics Institute is an independent public institute producing original thought leadership and offering a range of services and products related to organisational ethics. There are several handbooks on ethics available for downloading (for free) on their website. The latest handbook can be found at http://tei.org.za/images/pdf/Codes_of_Ethics_Handbook_2020_for_WEB.pdf.
The Corporate Counsel Association of South Africa (CCASA) has published its own Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct for the Corporate Counsel Profession. You can access it here: https://www.ccasa.co.za/designations-and-policies/ (accessed on 24 June 2020)See the Clearlaw online module on Ethics and the law, and Ethics and Business in the Learning Centre. Use the Ethics handbooks as additional reference materials.