Krauss Joins Panel Discussion at Professional Ethics Symposium

Professor Michael Krauss took part in a panel presentation during a September 22 professional ethics symposium sponsored by the Holloran Center on Ethical Leadership and The University of St. Thomas Law Journal. 

The Minneapolis event, entitled Empirical Professional Ethics: Ethical Development in the Learning and Practice of Law, considered such topics as Professionalism, Ethics and Leadership Development in the Classroom: Empirical Evidence That It Makes a Difference and Factors Affecting Ethics in the Law Practice Setting.

Krauss was part of a panel examining the question Are the Obstacles to Ethical Practice Really What We Think They Are? Specifically, he addressed the topic "Rich, Smart, Honest? Does Success Lead to Unethical Lawyering?" Joining Krauss on the panel was Mason Law alumnus Jeremy Kidd (’07), currently Assistant Professor of Law at Mercer University.