Professional Architectural Ethics 101

February 13, 2019
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Steakhouse 85
85 Church Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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Lawrence P. Powers, an attorney and Co-Chair of the Construction Litigation Department with Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, LLP located in New Brunswick, NJ will present various architecture related professional and statutory codes of ethics to indoctrinate ethics awareness and an understanding of ethical standards common to all jurisdictions, including those of the participants. The learning objective is to expose the seminar participants to various architecture related professional and statutory codes of ethics in order to inculcate ethics awareness and an understanding of the ethical standards common to all jurisdictions, including those of the participants, so that the participants understand the boundaries of ethical practice.  Mr. Powers has served as General Counsel to AIA-New Jersey, the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers and NJASLA for over twenty-five years. 

 

This course has been approved for 2 AIA/HSW credits.

 

Learning Objective 1:
Participants will learn about the development of the AIA Canons of Ethics and their importance, and impact to the profession through a discussion of the practical reasons for ethical practice, with examples of how unethical practice can present professional liability and legal issues, licensure issues and moral issues based upon case studies where unethical practice has resulted in the impairment of the public health, safety and welfare

 

Learning Objective 2:

Participants will be introduced to various architecture related professional and statutory codes of ethics.  This will be an introduction to common statutory and regulatory ethics rules, wherein the participants will be taught why they exist, how they govern their practice and what the practical implications of unethical behavior can be.  Participants will be given examples of common ethics rules and some illustrative case studies to consider, followed by instruction on how violations of such ethics rules are commonly dealt with by the administrative agencies which have jurisdiction over their practice locales.  Participants will learn the similarities and differences between governmental and  professional society sanctions.

 

Learning Objective 3:

Participants will gain more knowledge about ethical standards and the boundaries of ethical architectural practice through the use of hypothetical examples where the participants will be challenged with using their new knowledge to suggest resolutions for hypothetical ethics problems posed by the instructor. .

 

Learning Objective 4:
Participants will gain a better understanding about the practical reasons for ethical practice, how professional liability, legal, licensure, moral and public health, safety and unethical practice can present welfare issues.

 

·         6:00-6:30pm Registration, networking and dinner start

·         6:30-8:30pm Ethics 101 Presentation

Tickets

$0.00 Member Ticket

$20.00 Non-Member Ticket