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Jack Marshall

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Location: Alexandria, VA US
Website: http://t.co/yuNJVHKJ9o
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Jack Marshall is president and founder of ProEthics, and the writer of The Ethics Scoreboard (www.ethicsscoreboard.com). He has taken the experiences of a diverse career in law, public policy, academia and theater and applied them to legal, business and organizational ethics. He has developed more than 100 programs for associations, law firms, Fortune 500 companies and non-profits, and has worked to develop rules of professional responsibility African democracies through the International Bar Association, and for the new judiciary of the Republic of Mongolia through USAID. Among his most popular CLE seminars are the classic rock-based Ethics Rock! and the cabaret seminar Ethics Blues, featuring parodies of the great ballads of the ‘40s. His "Captain Compliance" business seminars, featuring a space alien ethicist, have been featured at Fortune 500 company meetings and conventions. Marshall has pioneered the presentation of ethics teleseminars in the style of classic radio dramas. These and other programs feature The Ethical Arts Players, an award-winning troupe of singers and actors. A graduate of Harvard and Georgetown University Law Center, he is a member of the Massachusetts and D.C. Bars, and an adjunct professor of legal ethics at the Washington College of Law. His articles on topics ranging from leadership and ethics to popular culture have appeared in Newsday, The Virginia Weekly, The Federal Bar Journal, The Hardball Times Annual, and state bar publications, and he is a regular contributor to "O Magazine." He appears on radio and television shows discussing ethics and public policy, including NPR's "Tell Me More," Neil Cavuto, and PBS's "Religion and Ethics Weekly." Marshall co-edited, with Pulitzer Prize winner Ed Larson, The Essential Words and Writings of Clarence Darrow.

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