The Ethical Sellout: Maintaining Your Integrity in the Age of Compromise

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Have strong opinions about which pathways in the legal profession are definitively ethical or unethical? Worried about making the right choice this summer or concerned that the choice you made is less than ideal? Afraid of, or angered by, being mocked or ostracized by your community for “selling out”? In a world where “sellout” is a bad word, we still all face situations that test our ideals and values without providing a clear answer.

In their new book, The Ethical Sellout: Maintaining Your Integrity in the Age of Compromise, authors Lily Zheng and Inge Hansen make the bold claim that everyone sells out – and that the real challenge lies in doing so ethically. If you’re curious to hear more about a new way to think about marginalization, privilege, and self-interest, join the authors, the Office of Student Affairs, and FLI Professionals as we discuss their new book about being committed to maintaining integrity in a messy world.

RSVP here. Lunch Provided.

Stanford Bookstore will be on hand before, during, and shortly after for book sales.

Organizer(s)

First-Generation & Low-Income Professionals

Office of Student Affairs

Admission Restrictions

This event is open to the Stanford community.