Law Resources

    Research areas

  • Legal Ethics, Ethical Infrastructure, Lawyers Values, Large Law Firms, Ethical Behaviour, Lawyers' Values, Professionalism, Ethic Assessment, Virtue Ethics


Adrian Evans has taught, practised law and consulted in a clinical legal education context for thirty five years at LaTrobe and Monash Universities. He was coordinator of Springvale Legal Service Inc. from 1988-2000, the largest Australian clinical site. He is both an academic and a legal practitioner, with teaching responsibilities in legal systems, legal ethics and clinical case supervision. He has empirically examined and published in relation to law students' and lawyers' values, best practice' ethics for lawyers and law firms, quality' clinical-traditional links in law teaching, client attitudes to lawyers, clinical resourcing, evaluation and assessment, approaches to monitoring and controlling defalcations and the ethical environment in which lawyer's fidelity compensation is addressed locally and internationally, and the virtue ethics implications for legal practice in a struggling and conflicted global legal profession.

Latest publication: The Good Lawyer, Cambridge University Press, Port Melbourne, 2014.

Clinical activities

Former mutli-disciplinary clinical legal supervisor at Monash-Oakleigh Legal Service Inc.

Community service

Member, Editorial Committee, Lawyers' Practice Manual, Springvale Monash Legal Service Inc.

Consultant to Board of Directors, Springvale Monash Legal Service Inc.


Consultant to SMLS Board of Directors and Editor, the Lawyers Practice Manual (Vic).

Research interests

Australian Legal System

Legal Aid

Legal Education

Legal Ethics

Legal Profession and Practice


Psychology and Law

Monash teaching commitment


NIL, as of 1 August 2016


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