Law school hosts ethics lectures
These lectures are a part of a public summer conversation series held in conjunction with an annual Law School ethics course. This is Weinstein’s ninth summer teaching the course, introducing special guest speakers to the university and helping to make this conversation series available to the public. Limited seating is available for each lecture.
The lectures will be held at 6 p.m. at the UH Mānoa School of Law, Classroom 2. The Ethics in Education lecture with Michelle Rhee and Kevin Johnson on August 7 will be held at the UH Mānoa Architecture Auditorium. Parking is $6 after 4 p.m. on the UH Mānoa campus.
- July 5—Legal Ethics
Avi Soifer, dean, William S. Richardson School of Law, UH Mānoa
Megan Howard, staff attorney, United States Court of Appeals
Sherry Broder, professor, William S. Richardson School of Law, UH at Mānoa
- July 10—The Ethics of Capitalism
Jay Shidler, founder and managing partner of The Shidler Group
Peter Ho, CEO of Bank of Hawaiʻi
Mark Dunkerley, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines
- July 17—Corporate Governance and Ethical Behavior in Both For-Profit and Not-for-Profit Charitable Organizations
Mary Bitterman, president of the Barnard Osher Foundation and lead independent director of the Bank of Hawaiʻi
- July 19—Medical Ethics
Rick Fried, founding member, Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks
Jerris Hedges, dean, John A. Burns School of Medicine, UH Mānoa
Scott Sims, doctor of veterinary medicine
- July 24—Ethics in College Athletics
George Rush, head football coach, San Francisco City College
Jim Donovan, athletics director, UH Mānoa
- August 7—Ethics in Education
Kevin Johnson, mayor of Sacramento
Michelle Rhee, CEO and founder, Students First
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