Ethics Jeopardy: Avoiding a Game-ending Decision

Date: May 15, 2015
Time: 2-3 p.m.
LUs: 1 HSW
Location: AIA National Convention, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA
Register (You must be registered for the AIA National Convention to attend)


Complex rules and regulations surround every aspect of the architectural profession, particularly in the area of ethics. Are you in jeopardy of violating the standards you're obliged to follow?

This lively and engaging session will use a case-study approach to explore legal and ethical issues in the practice of architecture. You'll gain a deeper understanding of the ethical standards that are your legal obligations as a licensed professional, and learn how to avoid the risk of losing your right to practice through unethical actions.

Resources covered in this session will include the Rules of Conduct, Professional Conduct Monograph, and more. Find out how you can best integrate professional ethics standards into your daily practice and avoid a game-ending move.

Presenters:

  • Ava Abromowitz, Hon. AIA, Esq.
  • Cynthia J. McKim
  • Moderator: Harry M. Falconer Jr., AIA, NCARB

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