A Strategy For Resolving Ethical Dilemmas – 1 CPD Unit

$99.00

This course allows you to reflect on the complex ethical issues presented. It deals with how you feel in certain situations rather than presenting rules and regulations.

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Who is this course for?

Junior Lawyers.

What will you learn?

This course allows you to reflect on the complex ethical issues presented. It deals with how you feel in certain situations rather than presenting rules and regulations.

The course is designed for junior lawyers. Right v. right dilemmas, matters of duty, responsibility, character, and consequence are offered for reflection. Ethical issues pervade professional life, and the moral distress they can create requires thoughtful reflection that moves beyond knee-jerk intuitions and gut reactions.

This course presents a practical framework for assessing and resolving ethical dilemmas in a sophisticated manner guided by a circumspect and reflective analysis able to withstand the scrutiny of others and minimize the potential for personal regrets.

How long is it going to take?

This is a 60 minute course in easy to consume sections, giving you the flexibility to learn when it fits your schedule.

Course Author: Joshua Perry

Joshua E. Perry (J.D., M.T.S.) is Chair of the Undergraduate Program, Glaubinger Chair for Undergraduate Leadership, and Associate Professor of Business Law & Ethics. His most recent scholarship explores legal, ethical and public policy issues in the life science, medical device, and healthcare industries, as well as in the business of medicine. He teaches courses on business ethics, critical thinking, and the legal environment of business to both undergraduates and MBA students. A 2002 graduate of the joint law-divinity program at Vanderbilt University, Professor Perry was previously on faculty at the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he taught medical ethics in the medical school and legal ethics/professional responsibility in the law school, while serving as a clinical ethicist in both the adult and children’s hospitals. In 2009 he was recruited to the Department of Business Law and Ethics at Kelley, where he also previously served as Research Coordinator in the Center for the Business of Life Sciences. The author of over thirty published articles, essays, and book chapters, Perry’s award-winning scholarship has appeared in a variety of law reviews and peer-reviewed journals across the fields of business, medicine, law, and ethics. His expertise has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, Wired, and Huffington Post, and in 2015 he was invited to serve as a Section Editor for the Journal of Business Ethics. He is also a recipient of numerous teaching awards for excellence and innovation in the classroom. In 2013 Perry was recognized by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business with the “Distinguished Junior Faculty Award,” celebrating outstanding early career achievement. In 2015 Perry’s commitment to the classroom was recognized by his election into Indiana University’s Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching (FACET).