Ethics Goes To The Movies

Ethics Goes to the Movies

Monday, May 14 at 4:00 PM 2.0 Hours of Missouri CLE or CPE Ethics Credit Hosted by Armstrong Teasdale, 7700 Forsyth in the Centene Plaza Building (free parking in the garage just west of the building) Ethics training can be fun! Professor Robert R. Kuehn's interactive program features movie clips (with popcorn) and a lively discussion of ethical dilemmas and the…

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Unsung Heroes Advocate For Creatives

Unsung Heroes Advocate for Creatives

Brigid Flynn (left) and Liz Deichmann (right) saw an unmet need and created Midwest Artist Project Services (MAPS). Founded in 2011, their nonprofit, tax-exempt organization serves and empowers individual artists, collectives and emerging arts organizations by providing business consultation, fiscal sponsorship, professional development and vetted online resources. Unsung heroes, Brigid and Liz run this robust organization on a volunteer basis.…

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Censored At The U.S. Capitol: Pulphus V. Ayers And Its Implications

Censored at the U.S. Capitol: Pulphus v. Ayers and Its Implications

St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts (VLAA) will host “Censored at the U.S. Capitol: Pulphus v. Ayers and Its Implications,” a free lecture by Attorney Mark Sableman (left) on Monday, April 30, at 5:30 PM. The program will be presented in the Arcade building auditorium, 810 Olive Street, Webster University’s downtown Gateway Campus. Pulphus v. Ayers involves…

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