|This conference is proudly co-sponsored by Fordham University's Center for Ethics Education and the Center on Law and Information Policy. This is the first cooperative effort between these two centers.
The Fordham University Center for Ethics Education was created in 1999 to contribute to Fordham’s commitment to cultivating life-long habits of critical thinking, moral reflection, and articulate expression. Drawing upon the Jesuit traditions of Wisdom & Learning and Men and Women for Others and the rich human diversity of New York City, the Center sponsors activities that provide students, faculty, professionals and the public with knowledge and skills to study, inform and shape a just society that nurtures the full-flourishing of peoples of diverse faiths and cultures. Affirming the complementary roles of faith and reason, the Center draws upon theology, philosophy, social and physical science, legal and other areas to provide the multidisciplinary education necessary to advance the common good.
The Center currently offers two degree-granting programs:
• Master of Arts in Ethics and Society. The Master of Arts in Ethics and Society provides students with a cross-disciplinary foundation in the application of moral and ethical theory to social issues.
• Graduate Certificate in Health Care Ethics. The Fordham University Advanced Certificate in Health Care Ethics is designed to enhance the student’s understanding of and participation in discourse regarding ethically-relevant policy decisions affecting mental and physical health care treatment and research.
Questions about the conference, the Center, or its programs can be addressed to Dr. Adam Fried, either by email or:
The Center for Ethics Education
441 E. Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
The Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP) was founded to make significant contributions to the development of law and policy for the information economy and to teach the next generation of leaders. CLIP brings together scholars, the bar, the business community, technology experts, the policy community, students, and the public to address and assess policies and solutions for cutting-edge issues that affect the evolution of the information economy.
In pursuing this mission, CLIP pursues work in five related areas:
• Law and policy relating to the regulation of information and public values
• Law and policy for innovation and knowledge creation
• Technology, privacy and security
• Technology and governance
• The protection of intellectual property and information assets
Questions about the Conference or CLIP can be addressed to Ms. Jamela Debelak, CLIP Leitner Fellow, either by email or:
Center on Law and Information Policy
Fordham University School of Law
140 W. 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023