Jack Marshall, Esq.
Jack Marshall is an attorney and an ethicist, examining the complexities of right and wrong. The president and founder of ProEthics, Ltd., he writes Ethics Alarms (www.ethicsalarms.com), an ethics commentary blog.
He has taken the experience gleaned from a diverse career in law, public policy, academia and theater, and applied it to the field of legal, business and organizational ethics.
Mr. Marshall has developed more than 300 programs for bar associations, law firms, Fortune 500 companies, professional associations, and non-profit organizations, and has worked with the International Bar Association to develop rules of professional responsibility for attorneys in emerging African democracies, and with USAID for the new judiciary of the Republic of Mongolia.
A graduate of Harvard College and Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Marshall is a member of the Massachusetts and D.C. Bars, and was an adjunct professor of legal ethics at American University’s Washington School of Law.
Mr. Marshall’s articles and essays on topics ranging from leadership and ethics to popular culture have appeared in The Federal Lawyer, Ethics Today, and The Weekly Standard, among other publications, as well as several state bar publications. He was also a regular contributor to O Magazine, and has appeared on numerous radio and television shows discussing ethics and public policy, including NPR’s “Tell Me More,” “Barbershop,” “Your World” with Neil Cavuto, "The O'Reilly Factor," and PBS’s “Religion and Ethics Weekly.” Marshall has also co-edited, with Pulitzer Prize winning historian Ed Larson, "The Essential Words and Writings of Clarence Darrow."
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In addition to the development and implementation of interactive, entertaining ethics programs in law, business, accounting, government, education, and non-profit operations, Mr. Marshall is also an award-winning professional stage director.