|Date||October 12, 2021 08:30 AM – 03:15 PM|
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Don’t get your name in the headlines!
Re-discover and apply the underlying values that vary among people but nevertheless drive our actions and conclusions about ethical behavior in public service. You will conduct practical exercises that will reveal traditions and conflicts in ethical and moral values that have been incorporated in the decision-making processes of modern state and local government managers. You will become keenly aware of the body of laws and obligations – and the regulatory shortcomings — governing your actions on the job and how to avoid taking “unethical” actions.
By the end of this class you should be able to:
Subordinate Learning Outcomes
Instructor: Philip Freeburg (J.D. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) teaches and writes on local government law including ethics, Open Meeting Law, Public Records Law, roles and responsibilities and land use. He is a longtime educator with the Local Government Education Program at the UW-Madison Division of Extension.