Lawyers as a cultural moral compass

Tuesday 18 May · 7.30am - 9.00am · 1 CPD unit

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"Relativity applies to physics, not ethics"
Albert Einstein

At first glance, many may agree. But what if you work in an organisation that could be deemed 'unethical' or where ethical 'fading' may be happening? Is it possible for individual's ethics to be framed by the company they work for (and not just by the company they keep)? 

This session will look at how lawyers can best use their internal moral compass to guide their employer into making the right ethical choices, whatever their industry. 

We will consider:

  • Why lawyers are often best placed to steer a business ethically
  • The courage required to make ethical decisions
  • How cultivating an ethical environment can create cultural and financial benefits for your organisation. 

After all, the right thing to do should be the only thing to do.

Panellists

Linden barnes









Linden Barnes | Read Bio
Senior Ethics Solicitor,
The Law Society of NSW   

Simon longstaff









Dr Simon Longstaff AO FCPA | Read Bio
Executive Director,
The Ethics Centre

Daniel Csillag








Daniel Csillag | Read Bio
General Manager Company Secretariat
and Senior Legal Counsel,
ASX

Kate Allman








Kate Allman | Read Bio
Online editor, LSJ,
The Law Society of NSW
 

 

 

Event details

Date:               Tuesday 18 May 2021

Time:             7.30am - Webcast login
                         8.00am - Panel discussion including Q&A
                         9.00am - Webcast concludes

Venue:            Webcast

CPD:             1 CPD unit

Cost:               Member - Complimentary
                          Non-member - $29
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