Mastering the diverse knowledge and complicated approach to disciplines such as ethics, professionalism, and jurisprudence in medicine is a formidable task. It is even more difficult to draw on that knowledge, procure and filter through the clinical or relational situation, develop an understanding of the ethical, legal, and moral issues, and, finally, to reach a reasonable approach. To gain these skills, the student learns best at in real-life situations, guided and instructed by experienced experts, and inspired toward self-directed, diligent reading. Clearly, there is no replacement for education in the real world. Unfortunately, students are often not invited to participate in these situations, and ethics and professionalism issues have long been neglected in the medical student curriculum. Perhaps the best alternative is a carefully crafted cases designed to stimulate the proper approach and the decision-making process. In an attempt to achieve that goal, we have constructed a collection of vignettes to highlight relevant issues and dilemmas.