Ethics in the U.S.
A panel discussion was held on ethical scandals and the state of integrity in the U.S.. Topics included ethics in government, from the… read more
A panel discussion was held on ethical scandals and the state of integrity in the U.S.. Topics included ethics in government, from the founders to the handling of electronic mail, the rise in the rise in complaints against lawyers, and the leaking of information to reporters. Professor Vuletich moderated. Steven Ford, son of former President Gerald Ford, made opening remarks, focusing on his father’s ethics, including his decision to pardon former President Nixon. He joined the panel in responding to questions submitted by members of the audience.
“Ethics in Our World: Annual Symposium Exploring Ethics in America” was held at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Bruce A. Courtade Vice President Michigan State Bar Assn.
- Elaine K. Didier Director Ford (Gerald R.) Presidential Library and Museum
- Steven M. Ford Chair Ford (Gerald R.) Presidential Foundation
- Terri Lynn Land Secretary of State (Former) Michigan
- Michael C. H. McDaniel Associate Professor Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Auburn Hills
- Victoria V. Vuletich Associate Professor Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Grand Rapids
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