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Publications by Justine Rogers

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Refereed Journal Articles:

Rogers, J, Kingsford Smith, D and Chellew, J 'The Large Professional Service Firm: a new force in the regulative bargain' (2017) 40(1) UNSWLJ 10-50 (thematic on 'contemporary professionalism and regulation').

Kingsford Smith, D, Clarke, T and Rogers, J 'Banking and the Limits of Professionalism' (2017) 40(1) UNSWLJ 172-196 (thematic on 'contemporary professionalism and regulation').

Murray J, Nyberg D and Rogers, J 'Corporate Political Activity Through Constituent Stitching: Intertextuality aligning a phantom community' (2016) 23(6) Organization 908-931.

Rogers, J 'Feeling Bad and Being Elite: A comparative analysis of the anxieties and uncertainties of aspiring barristers' (2014) 13(1) Comparative Sociology 30-57 (special edition on 'anxiety at the top')

Rogers, J ‘Representing the Bar: how the barristers' profession sells itself to prospective members’ (2012) 32(2) Legal Studies 202.

Rogers, J ‘Shadowing the Bar: studying an English professional elite’ (Winter 2010) 36(3) Journal of Historical Reflections 39-57 (special issue on elites).  

Rogers, J ‘Managing Pupillage: Selection and Socialisation at the Commercial Bar,’ International Journal of the Legal Profession (forthcoming).  

 

Book Chapters:

'The Lying Lawyer and the Ethics of Negotiation' in M Legg (ed) Resolving Civil Disputes (LexisNexis, 2016).

'Since Lawyers Work in Teams, We Must Focus on Team Ethics' in R Levy et al. (eds) National Law Reform edited collection (ANU, forthcoming).

‘Coming to Terms with Legal Ethics Assessment’ in M Robertson et al. (eds) The Ethics Project in Legal Education (Oxon: Routledge, 2011).  

‘Pupillage: the shaping of a professional elite,’ (with F Pirie) in J Abbink and T Salverda (eds.) The Anthropology of Elites: new empirical and theoretical perspectives (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2013).  

 

Professional Publications: 

Economides K and Rogers J (2009) 'Preparatory Ethics Training for Future Solicitors', The Law Society of England and Wales.

Rogers J and Legg M 'Ethics: What makes good lawyers turn bad? [onilne' LSJ Law Society of NSW Journal, Vol 2 (4), May 2015: 92-93.


Legg M and Rogers J 'Ethics: Ensuring ethical practice: Beyond policies and procedures' [online] LSJ: Law Society of NSW Journal, Vol. 2(5), June 2015: 90-91.

Rogers J, 'Being Human: The Humanity of Lawyers' video for Being Human Festival, led by the School of Advanced Study, University of Longon, in partnership with the AHRC, the British Academy and the Wellcome Trust, 19 August 2015, available here.

Government and Professional Submissions:

Rogers J, with Holmes V, Evans A, Mortensen R, Giddings J & Barlett F (2015) to Law Council of Australian, Law Admissions Consultative Committee's Review of Academic Requirements, on the question of whether ethics and professional responsibility should be omitted from the academic requirements for admissions.
 

Conference Papers: 

Rogers J, 'Bullying at the Bench and Bar', Public Defenders Criminal Law Conference, Sydney, 18-19 March 2017.

Rogers J, 'The Ethics of Examining the Unconscious Patient', Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, Pathology Update 2017, Sydney, 24-26 February 2017.

Rogers J, 'Finding the Dream Team: barriers and pathways to cultivating ethical behaviour within and by lawyers' teams', The National Law Reform Conference, ANU Canberra, 14-15 April 2016.

Rogers J, Kingsford Smith D, Clarke T & J Chellew 'What does the Concept of Profession have to Offer in the Twenty-First Century?', UNSWARC Linkage Profesionalism Round-Table, Sydney, 6 August 2015.

Rogers, J 'Connect Better, Do Better: integrating wellbeing into legal ethics education', National Wellness for Law Forum, ANU Canberra, 5 February 2015.

Murray J, Nyberg D and Rogers J 'Myths and Strategic Intertextuality’, Fourth International Symposium on Process Organization Studies – ‘Language and Communication at Work: Discourse, Narrativity and Organizing’, Kos, Greece, 23 June 2012. 

Nyberg D, Murray J and Rogers J ‘Discursive Strategies in Corporate Political Activity’, 28th European Group for Organizational Studies EGOS Colloquium 2012 – ‘Design!?’, Helsinki, 7 July 2012.  

Rogers, J ‘The Price of Pupillage: the Nature and Limits of Ritual Ordeal at the Bar,’ annual conference of the Socio-Legal Studies Association, De Montfort University, Leicester, 7-9 April 2009.  

Rogers, J, ‘Representing the Bar: how the barristers' profession sells itself to prospective members,’ presented at the annual conference of the Society of Legal Scholars, LSE, London, 15-18 September 2008. (This paper was nominated best paper for profession, practice and ethics stream.)  

Rogers, J ‘Shadowing the Bar: studying an English professional elite’, presented at an international conference on Elite Symbolic Superiority: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives, Maison Francaise d’Oxford, 16 October 2008.  

Rogers, J ‘Pupillage: the shaping of a professional elite,’ (with F Pirie) international conference on the Anthropology of Elites, VU University, Amsterdam, 24-25 January 2008.  

 

Symposium Papers:

Rogers, J 'Improving Student Learning through Blended Group Work', Blended Learning: past, present, future, UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum, UNSW Sydney, 16 October 2015.

Rogers, J 'Introducing "Giving Voice to Values" into Legal Ethics: some theoretical and practical considerations', Developing Ethics Capacity Through GVV, Monash Law, Melbourne, 24 September 2014.

Rogers, J 'Bringing Your-Self to Law: interim results of a study of UNSW Law's new ethics course', Optimising Student Success Forum, UNSW Sydney, 7 November 2014.

 

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