Professor Alice Woolley Co-Chaired the International Legal Ethics Conference V (ILEC V) on July 12 – 14 in Banff. The Conference involved a number of Calgary law professors, lawyers, alumni and judges, as well as legal academics, practitioners, regulators and judges from across Canada, the United States and aboard. Alice presented a paper on “Moral Pluralism and Legal Practice” and chaired a panel on Professional Introspections: Internal and External Models and Comparisons. Dean Ian Holloway chaired a roundtable discussing the topic Should an Undergraduate Degree in Law Become the Basic United States Law Degree and a panel on Challenging and Defending Lawyers’ Professional Independence. Professor Jennifer Koshan chaired a panel on Legal Ethics and Gender Equality and a second one on Gender Equality in the Legal Profession. The full ILEC V Program is available for downloading here. The Conference was sponsored by Miller Thomson.