Weinstein Conversation Series: "Corporate Governance and Ethical BehaviorJuly 16, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Law School, 2515 Dole Street
Featuring Mary Bitterman, President of the Barnard Osher Foundation and Lead Independent Director of the Bank of Hawai‘i. An inside perspective on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002: How well is it working to regulate ethical behavior in corporate governance?
This lecture is part of the 2013 William K. Weinstein Conversation Series of six lectures focusing on the ethical issues and related decision making models that arise in discrete industries in which lawyers practice.
Each symposium provides a plenary overview of the ethical obligations and challenges facing clients as well as lawyers in the particular industry.
As an added benefit for Hawai‘i’s lawyers, each session is eligible for 1.5 Mandatory Continuing Professional Education (MCPE) credits for attorneys licensed in the state of Hawai‘i, in compliance with Hawai‘i State Supreme Court Rule 22. (Limited seating is available for each lecture.)
Parking is $6 after 4 p.m. on the UH Mānoa campus.
RSVP requested at the link below. Seating is limited.
William S. Richardson School of Law & Shidler College of Business, Mānoa Campus
Tuesday, July 16
Weinstein Conversation Series: "Corporate Governance and Ethical BehaviorMānoa Campus, Law School, 2515 Dole Street