How to be Seriously Ethical & an Effective Lawyer: Finding Renewed Meaning in the Practice of Law

Professor Arthur Gross-Schaefer Named One of Top 300 Professors …
Prof. Arthur Gross-Schaefer, who will be teaching for us on November 27, 2012, was just listed in the new book The 300 Best Professors, published by the Princeton Review. Besides being a professor, Gross-Schaefer is also a lawyer, a CPA, and a Rabbi for the Community Shul of Montecito and Santa Barbara.

His selection was based on student ratings provided to the online review site and from a combination of surveys and interviews conducted by Princeton Review staff. Only 121 colleges and universities had faculty included in the guide. Professor/Rabbi Arthur Gross-Schaefer has taught law and ethics at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles for over 33 years and has served as the chair of the department of marketing and business law for over ten years.

In addition to this national honor, he has just been selected by Loyola Marymount as the 2012 recipient of the prestigious Rains Award for Excellence in Service, which is given each year to a faculty member “whose service is truly extraordinary and exemplifies the LMU mission in an outstanding manner.” Dr. Gross-Schaefer has previously been awarded the Fritz B. Burns Distinguished Teaching Award. He is the first professor to have won both university awards for distinguished teaching and excellence in service. Prof. Gross-Schaefer is an associate with Frank Sanitate Associates.

For more details regarding Professor Arthur Gross-Schaefer’s specific presentation here at ICLEF visit the program webpage on our website.

How to be Seriously Ethical & an Effective Lawyer: Finding Renewed Meaning in the Practice of Law – 6 CLE / 6 E
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