2003-2004 Interfaith Speaker Series: Legal Ethics in a Post-Enron World: Religious Values as a Resource?
This series explored the extent to which religious values may serve as an invaluable guide to navigate the moral and ethical dilemmas in the "post-Enron" legal landscape.
A Regulator's Perspective (June 2004)
Meyer Eisenberg, Esq. Deputy General Counsel of the Securities Exchange Commission
Mark A. Sargent, "Lawyers in the Perfect Storm," 43 Washburn L.J. 1 (2003)
Thomas Ross, "Lawyers and Fraud: A Better Question," 43 Washburn L.J. 45 (2003)
Russell G. Pearce, "The Jewish Lawyer's Question," 27 Texas Tech L.R. 29 (1996)
An Outside Counsel's Perspective (January 2004)
Ezra G. Levin, Esq., Partner and Co-chair of the Kramer Levin law firm
Nancy B. Rapoprt, "Living 'Top Down' in a 'Bottom Up' World: Musings on the Relationship Between Jewish Ethics and Legal Ethics," 75 Nebraska L. Rev. 18-36 (1999)
Robert W. Gordon, "A New Role for Lawyers?: The Corporate Counselor After Enron," in Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Their Implications (Rapoport & Dharan, eds. Foundation Press) (2004)
An "In House" Perspective (October 2003)
Charles R. Wall, Esq. Senior Vice President & General Counsel of Altria Group Inc.
Jill E. Fisch & Kenneth M. Rosen, "Is There a Role for Lawyers in Preventing Future Enrons?" 48 Villanova L. Rev. 1097-1138 (2003)
Timothy L. Fort, "Religion in the Workplace: Mediating Religion's Good, Bad, and Ugly Naturally," 12 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 121-171 (1998)