2019 Journal First-Year Associate

…here. note that portrait mode was applied sparingly, as it should be in most cases. i truly enjoyed beaching, eating, drinking, and otherwise celebrating with you all for three weeks,…

2021 Awards for Ethical Leadership

…Sylvia SaferSeedlings FoundationDavid and Leigh Bishop Taub ADVOCATES Bill and Carol Goldman Bill Grueskin and Caryl YanowRobert A. JaegerJohnson & JohnsonKathy and Arthur LanghausAmy and Andrew Leder/Holland & Knight, LLPLisa…

2019 Journal Professional Evolution

…2019. 2. Przebinda A. Doctors and Medical Groups Should Stay In Their Lane. The Truth About Guns. https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/doctors-and-medical-groups-should-stay-in-their-lane. Published Nov 14, 2018. Accessed January 20, 2020. 3. Varner K. Should…

2020 Alumni Reunion

…include a screening of the film Dark Waters, a riveting legal/business drama starring Mark Ruffalo that is based on a true story.  The film raises key questions of professional ethics. …

To Play or Not to Play

By FASPE Journalism Fellows Christine Rushton, Ian Kullgren, and Dustin Volz What should journalists do when it comes to covering falsehoods? If coverage amplifies misinformation and distracts from other issues,…

2021 Webinars

…that “history doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.” At FASPE, we believe that history provides both warning and instruction.  Join us for a series of webinars in which we…

Outsourcing Ethical Limits

…less powerful nations? Though one would hope that the rule of law would universally enshrine respect for human dignity, as members of the FASPE community, we know that it can…

Words Have Consequences

…even to suggest a path of analogies can be destructive and unacceptable. It risks engaging in the demagoguery and hate that has become too much part of the discourse in…