Will K. Weinstein, the candid and lively fund manager and former securities executive, returns to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa this summer to moderate his annual Ethics Conversation Series. Each year, Weinstein invites distinguished professionals to campus to address ethical issues making headlines around the world. This year’s series examines ethical issues in business, law, medicine, sports and politics.
The series starts on July 5 with Ethics in Capitalism, featuring Jay H. Shidler, founder and managing partner of The Shidler Group; Peter Shaindlin, COO of Halekūlani Corporation; Bob Harrison, chairman and CEO of First Hawaiian Bank; and Roger Berkowitz, associate professor from Bard College in New York.
The series will conclude with Ethics in Politics on August 7 with Barbara Boxer, former U.S. senator for California, and Colleen Hanabusa, Hawaiʻi U.S. representative.
The lectures, scheduled from 6–7:30 p.m., are free and open to the public.
To register and see a full list of speakers and venues, visit the Shidler College of Business website. Licensed attorneys are eligible for continuing legal education credits.
About Will K. Weinstein
Weinstein, money manager and former partner in two very successful investment banking firms, annually leads a post-graduate summer course, Integrity and Ethics in the Real World, at the UH Mānoa William S. Richardson School of Law and Shidler College of Business. This is his 15th year making this learning opportunity available to the public.