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As employees of the University of Texas, we have a high obligation for ethical conduct. Ethics dilemmas arise in a wide range of contexts: Can I accept that free lunch? Is that consulting job a conflict of interest? Can I hire my brother-in-law?
A working knowledge of the rules and concepts related to conflicts of interest, nepotism, gifts, and honoraria provides a strong foundation to tackle ethical challenges that appear more often than we might realize. While no one-hour presentation can make anyone an expert, this webinar will help you spot ethics issues and provide you with tools to address these issues as they occur.
Jason King is an attorney for The University of Texas System Office of General Counsel and serves as Deputy Ethics Advisor to the System. Before joining the Office of General Counsel, Jason served as an associate with the law firm of Akers & Boulware-Wells LLP, which represents a number of small- to medium-sized cities throughout Texas. Jason has also previously served as an assistant general counsel of the Texas Ethics Commission. Jason graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with a bachelor’s degree in political science and from Baylor University with a doctorate of jurisprudence.