Ethical Fitness® at the Western States Bar Conference

The Institute for Global Ethics is pleased to announce that on March 27, President and CEO, Anthony J. Gray, has been invited to participate as a featured speaker at the Western States Bar Conference. This appearance follows Gray’s recent presentation to the Wisconsin State Bar, and will feature a thirty-minute presentation entitled “Ethical Fitness® and the Practicing Attorney,” with a thirty-minute question-and-answer session to follow.

“I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to speak to the Western States Bar Conference,” Gray said. “It’s another example of how the legal profession is really embracing the kind of ethical-training principles we try to foster at IGE, and I’m eager to do my part.”

The WSBC is being held from March 25-28 at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, in beautiful Kohala Coast, Hawaii. The conference will feature presentations on topics of interest to lawyers from 22 states west of the Mississippi River, including updates on substantive law, practice tips, and many others.

"Anthony's presentation is going to bring an entirely unique dimension to this year's Western States Bar Conference," said Mitzi Naucler, President of the WSBC. "With so many directors of state bars present, it's an opportunity to bring ethics into our member organizations from the top down, and we're excited to see the effect that has moving forward."

About IGE: Founded in 1990 with offices in New York City, Camden, Maine and headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin the Institute for Global Ethics in is an independent, nonsectarian, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to promoting ethical action in a global context (www.globalethics.org).

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