On Thursday, November 16th, Savannah Law School Associate Professor Kellyn McGee will be speaking at the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) National Clean Water Law Seminar in Savannah. Specifically, Professor McGee will serve on the panel, “Who Wants to be an Ethicist?”
The “Who Wants to be an Ethicist?” panel will be an interactive and informative session focused on essential ethics issues encountered by clean water practitioners. Using recent ethics decisions as examples, this session will mirror a familiar game show format, with multiple choice questions that allow panelists to request help from “lifelines” like “phone a friend” and “ask the audience.” The winner will crowned “Master of Ethics,” while the audience will leave with a sound understanding of the ethical issues facing clean water attorneys. The National Clean Water Law Seminar is the only conference of its kind, focused specifically on the legal and regulatory challenges facing the municipal clean water community.*
At SLS, Professor Kellyn McGee teaches Civil Procedure, ADR, and Professional Responsibility. She is well suited to present on this panel as her background includes experience in disciplinary actions, ethics training, negotiations, mediations, and litigation management. Professor McGee is a member of the founding faculty at Savannah Law School and an integral member of the SLS community.
*From the NACWA website.