Joanna Talbot The UCL Centre for Ethics and Law is an innovative initiative allowing academia and business to meet and discuss what ethics actually means in the business environment.  The results of that analysis will lead the debate on ethics both on a business and on a personal level going forward.
Joanna Talbot, Chief Counsel, Compliance and Regulation, BAE Systems plc
sponsor-heads-smart.jpg I think the Centre for Ethics and Law provides an excellent forum for examining issues that are critical for many businesses today - and it will be of increasing importance as businesses seek to enhance their ethical reputations in the future.
John Smart, Head of Fraud & Investigations, Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young
sponsor-heads-tapp.jpg The Centre provides a useful forum for Carillion to debate and challenge topical and relevant ethical issues by bringing together a diverse mix of individuals, including cross-industry professionals, academics, students and civil servants.
Richard Tapp, Company Secretary and Director of Legal Services, Carillion
sponsor-heads-eastwood.jpg The Centre is a unique place where professionals, regulators, academics, business and policy makers come together to research and discuss ethics and law. As a practitioner working at the forefront of global ethics challenges, I have seen how UCL is uniquely placed to lead a conversation about ethics in the professions and business.
Sam Eastwood, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
Sponsor - Wendy Harrison The Centre of Ethics and Law provides a unique forum for Academic  and multi-Industry debate on ethical issues.  The opportunity to address the principles from a multi-disciplinary perspective allows issues to be really challenged outside the silo of one’s own working environment. Embedding ethical awareness into undergraduate and graduate level teaching is also an area that I hope the Centre will influence.
Wendy Harrison, Ethics and Compliance Programme Director, Shell International

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