Center for Professional Ethics


ABOUT THE CENTER:

The center's mission is to explore moral choices across professional lines in a variety of disciplines. It brings together practicing professionals, faculty
and students to exchange ideas on such topics as confidentiality, decision-making, lying and conflict of interest.
The center's mission is to explore moral choices across professional lines in a variety of disciplines. It brings together practicing professionals, faculty and students to exchange ideas on such topics as confidentiality, decision-making, lying and conflict of interest.

Director, Cassandra Burke Robertson

The center’s mission is to explore moral choices across professional lines in a variety of disciplines. It brings together practicing professionals, faculty and students to exchange ideas on such topics as confidentiality, decision-making, lying and conflict of interest. The Center for Professional Ethics was founded in 1978 by Robert P. Lawry, who retired from the law faculty in 2007, and Robert W. Clarke, retired Director of Case Western Reserve University’s Christian Movement. The center is supported by the David and Katherine Ragone Endowment Fund. The center plans to continue to draw upon its founding principles to expand its inter-disciplinary approach and put academic work into practice.
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