Christian Ethics, Business Ethics & Legal Ethics & Legal Ethics in 19th Century America

Thursday February 2nd, 2017 - 2:30 PM
(1.0 Ethics/Professionalism CLE) There are multiple “traditions” in American legal ethics. This presentation will examine these traditions through little noticed sources: the published writings designed for merchants and businessmen, particularly younger clerks in the nineteenth century and the writings of Christian ministers and theologians that attempted to harmonize success in business with ethical practice.
Speakers: Michael Hoeflich
Written Material(s): Christian Ethics Business Ethics and Legal Ethics in the 19th Century.pdf

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