joshua edward perry - Kelley School of Business - Indiana University

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joshua edward perry - Kelley School of Business - Indiana University

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

JOSHUA EDWARD PERRY

INDIANA UNIVERSITY - KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS LAW & ETHICS

1309 E. 10TH STREET, ROOM 233F

BLOOMINGTON, IN 47405

812-856-0120

joshperr@indiana.edu

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Assistant Professor of Business Law & Ethics, Kelley School of Business July 2009 – Present

Life Sciences Research Fellow, Kelley School of Business Jan. 2010 – Present

Courses taught:

L201 – Legal Environment of Business (undergraduates)

L293 – Honors Legal Environment of Business (undergraduates)

L533 – Ethical Responsibilities of Managers (MBA students)

L579 – Life Sciences & Healthcare Ethics (MBA students)

C550 – Law and Ethics in Business (Kelley Direct online course for MBA students)

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Assistant Professor (Biomedical Ethics & Society), School of Medicine July 2006 – June 2009

Adjunct Professor, Law School Jan. 2006 – June 2009

Clinical Ethics Consultant, Vanderbilt University Medical Center July 2007 – June 2009

Research Fellow, Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society Jan. 2005 – June 2006

Courses taught (or co-taught*):

Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility (JD students)

1L Introduction to Ethics & Professionalism (JD students)*

Bioethics & the Law (cross-listed for JD, MD, and Graduate Dept. of Religion/Divinity students)*

Patient, Profession & Society: Lectures on Medical-Legal Issues (MD students)*

Medical Ethics & Professionalism Mini-course (MD students)*

Family Law Writing Seminar for First Year Students (undergraduates)

Bioethics (Vanderbilt Summer Academy for “academically gifted” junior high school students)

EDUCATION

Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, TN

Doctor of Jurisprudence Aug. 1999 – May 2002

VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW, Senior Articles Editor

Scholastic Excellence Award

Lightfoot, Franklin & White Award

3L Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant

Vanderbilt University Divinity School, Nashville, TN Aug. 1998 – May 2002

Master of Theological Studies (concentration in ethics)

Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN

Bachelor of Arts (American Studies), summa cum laude Aug. 1993 – May 1997

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SCHOLARSHIP

Peer Reviewed and Professionally Refereed Journal Articles

Physician-Owned, Specialty Hospitals and the ACA: Health Care Reform at the Intersection of Law

and Ethics, 49 AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL __ (forthcoming 2012) (“Virginia Maurer Ethics

Paper Award 2011,” Academy of Legal Studies In Business).

Managing Moral Distress: A Strategy for Resolving Ethical Dilemmas, 54 BUSINESS HORIZONS 393-

397 (2011).

o Licensed for use by CPD Interactive, an Australian provider of professional development and

continuing legal education modules.

In the Business of Dying: Questioning the Commercialization of Hospice, 39 JOURNAL OF LAW,

MEDICINE & ETHICS 224-234 (2011) (with Robert Stone).

An Obituary for Physician-Owned, Specialty Hospitals, 23 THE HEALTH LAWYER, Dec. 2010, at 24-34.

Revisiting CPR/DNR: Have the Policies Outlived Their Utility? (target article) 10 AMERICAN

JOURNAL OF BIOETHICS 61-67 (2010) (with Jeffrey Bishop, Kyle Brothers, & Ayesha Ahmad).

o Finite Knowledge/Finite Power: “Death Panels” and the Limits of Medicine (essay in reply to

peer commentaries on target article) 10 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BIOETHICS W7-W9 (2010) (with

Jeffrey Bishop, Kyle Brothers, & Ayesha Ahmad).

Saturday Morning in the Clinic, 39 HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Sept.-Oct. 2009, at 24-26 (with

Kyle Galbraith).

o Saturday Morning Postmortem (correspondence in reply to letters by Felicia Cohn, Mark

Aulisio, and John Lantos) 40 HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Mar.-Apr. 2010, at 4-6 (with Kyle

Galbraith).

The Ethical Health Lawyer: An Empirical Assessment of Moral Decision Making, 37 JOURNAL OF

LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 461-475 (2009) (with Ilene Moore, Bruce Barry, Ellen Wright Clayton,

& Amanda Carrico) (“Best Published Life Sciences Paper in 2009 Award,” Center for the Business

of Life Sciences, Kelley School of Business).

Thinking Like a Professional, 58 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 159-165 (2008).

Biopolitics at the Bedside: Proxy Wars and Feeding Tubes, 28 JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE 171-

92 (June 2007).

The Safety Net is Not the Solution, 100 TENNESSEE MEDICINE, Apr. 2007, at 37-41.

The Terri Schiavo Case: Legal, Ethical and Medical Perspectives, 143 ANNALS OF INTERNAL

MEDICINE 744-48 (2005) (with Larry Churchill & Howard Kirshner).

o Reprinted in BIOETHICS: INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY, METHODS, AND PRACTICE, 2ND ED.,

(Nancy S. Jecker, Albert R. Jonsen, & Robert A. Pearlman, eds., 2007).

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Caring About Restorative Justice: A Reflection Upon the Ethics that Inform Criminal Justice

Approaches in America, 61 ENCOUNTER 59-79 (2000) (issue devoted to contemporary ethical issues).

Law Review Articles

Life, Death (Panels), and the Body Politic, 61 SYRACUSE LAW REVIEW 25-48 (2010) (with Jeffrey

Bishop).

The Ethical Costs of Commercializing the Professions: First-Person Narratives From the Legal and

Medical Trenches, 13 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF LAW & SOCIAL CHANGE 169-201

(2010).

A Missed Opportunity: Health Care Reform, Rhetoric, Ethics, and Economics at the End of Life,

29 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 409-426 (2010) (invited to contribute to symposium issue

devoted to health care economics and bioethics).

Therapeutic Pedagogy: Thoughts on Integral Professional Formation, 78 REVISTA JURIDICA

UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO 167-182 (2009) (article selected for inclusion in special English

language issue devoted to select symposium proceedings of the International Network on

Therapeutic Jurisprudence 2008 Forum held at the University of Puerto Rico School of Law).

Partial Birth Biopolitics, 11 DEPAUL JOURNAL OF HEALTH CARE LAW 247-57 (2008).

o Reprinted in 7 ICFAI UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF HEALTHCARE LAW (INDIA), Feb. 2009, at 23-31.

Biblical BioPolitics: Judicial Process, Religious Rhetoric, Terri Schiavo and Beyond, 16 HEALTH

MATRIX: JOURNAL OF LAW-MEDICINE 2:553-630 (2006).

Book Review

Charting a Course to Effective Business Education: Lessons from Academically Adrift and

Rethinking Undergraduate Business Education, 29 JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES EDUCATION _

(forthcoming 2012) (with Jamie Darin Prenkert).

Encyclopedia Entries

Terri Schiavo, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE CULTURE WARS, 490-492 (Roger Chapman, ed., 2009).

Right to Die, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE CULTURE WARS, 472-474 (Roger Chapman, ed., 2009).

Op-Eds

Abortion is perfect example of biopolitics, THE NORTHWEST INDIANA TIMES, June 29, 2011, at 10A.

There is an ethical cost for doctors in failing to reform, THE TENNESSEAN (Nashville, TN), Nov. 1,

2009, at 21A.

Reflections on a public prayer - 15 years later, THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL (Memphis, TN), May

11, 2008, at V3.

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Book Chapter

It’s Not All About You, But It All Begins With You, in IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU (Chalice Press,

forthcoming 2012).

Works in Progress

Compassionate Care and Professional Identity Formation in the ICU (final manuscript in preparation for

submission to ethics or medical journal) (with Joe Fanning & Jeffrey Bishop)

Prescriptions & Privacy after Sorrell (conceptual stage)

Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals and Informed Consent (conceptual stage)

Business Ethics in the 21 st Century: Revisiting the Trenches (empirical research design phase)

The Elephant in the Middle of the Firm: Billing, Associate Alienation, and the Business of Selling Help

HONORS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS

Recipient, Virginia Maurer Ethics Paper Award – 2011, Academy of Legal Studies in Business

Recipient, Trustees’ Teaching Award – 2010 (top 7 out of ~230 faculty at Kelley School of

Business)

Finalist, Trustees’ Teaching Award – 2009 (top 28 out of ~230 faculty at Kelley School of

Business)

Finalist, Student Choice Award for Outstanding IU Faculty Member – 2009

Recipient, Best Published Life Sciences Paper in 2009 Award, Center for the Business of Life

Sciences, Kelley School of Business

Recipient, Cal Turner Faculty Research Grant, Vanderbilt University (2005 - 2008)

Recipient, Center for Ethics Research Grant, Vanderbilt University (2007 - 2008)

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Academic Conference, Symposium, and Seminar Participation

August 13, 2011: Ethics, Law, and the Business of Healthcare, Paper Presentation, 2011 Academy of

Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

August 11, 2011: Business Education Under Attack: Can the Criticisms in Academically Adrift and

Rethinking Undergraduate Business Education Be Addressed by Strong Business Law and Ethics

Programs?, Panel Participant, 2011 Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting, New Orleans,

LA

June 18, 2011: Academically Adrift: An Indictment of Irresponsibility, Panel Participant, 2011 Christian

Scholars’ Conference, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA

August 3, 2010: A Mortal Wound for Physician-Owned Specialty Hospitals?, Invited Paper Participant,

AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL Invited Scholars Colloquium, 2010 Academy of Legal Studies in

Business Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA

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March 6, 2010: Session Moderator, 2010 Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Annual

Meeting, Cincinnati, OH

February 26, 2010: Diagnosing American Health Care: Economic Stakeholders and Bioethical

Considerations, Invited Symposium Participant, Mississippi College School of Law, Jackson, MS

October 9, 2009: Doing Good v. Doing Well: Legal and Medical Professionals as Ethical

Businesspersons, Paper Presentation, 2009 Tri-State Academy of Legal Studies in Business, University of

Michigan, Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor, MI

October 9, 2009: Session Moderator, 2009 Tri-State Academy of Legal Studies in Business, University of

Michigan, Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor, MI

June 11, 2008: Thinking Like a Professional, Paper Presentation, 2008 International Conference on

Therapeutic Jurisprudence, San Juan, Puerto Rico

April 3, 2008: Session Moderator: Mapping Religion in the Clinic: Patients, Genomics, and Religious

Pathways, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

February 5, 2008: Session Moderator, Gardasil in Our Schools: Should States Mandate the HPV Vaccine

For Their Students? Vanderbilt University Law School

May 7, 2007: Tips for Teaching a First Year Writing Seminar, Faculty Workshop Facilitator, Vanderbilt

University

October 27, 2006: Session Moderator, Law & Ethics Papers Session, 2006 ASBH Annual Conference,

Denver, CO

July 13, 2006: Biopolitics at the Bedside: Proxy Wars and Feeding Tubes, Paper Presentation, 2006

ASBH Summer Conference, Albany, NY

Invited Lectures and Research Talks

September 15, 2011: In the Business of Dying: Questioning the Commercialization of Hospice, Poynter

Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

February 28, 2011: Resolving Ethical Issues, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, “Corporate

Finance Academy”

February 15, 2011: Enduring & Emerging Ethical Issues in the Life Sciences, Indiana University, Kelley

School of Business, “X518 - Life Science Global Events and Trends”

January 21, 2011: Resolving Ethical Issues, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, “Business

Marketing Academy”

November 5, 2010: Resolving Ethical Issues, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, “Supply

Chain and Global Management Academy”

October 1, 2010: Do Less Harm: Medical Ethics as a Guide to Reforming the Healthcare Business,

Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, Department of Business Law and Ethics Research Forum

April 1, 2010: Panel Discussant, Ethical Issues in the Administration of Employee Wellness Plans, Indiana

University, Kelley School of Business Life Sciences Day

December 9, 2009: Is the Healthcare Customer Always Right? Indiana University, Kelley School of

Business Faculty Discussion Forum

November 13, 2009: Body Politics and the Law, Cornell University Law School, Ithaca, NY

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September 17, 2009: The Case of Mrs. K: A Saturday Morning Clinical Ethics Consultation, Poynter

Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

March 24, 2009: Ethics and the Engineer (with Dr. Graham Reside), Vanderbilt University, School of

Engineering

December 8, 2008: Privacy, Confidentiality & Legally Mandated Reporting, Vanderbilt University,

School of Medicine

November 11, 2008: Healthcare Ethics (with Dr. Jeffrey Bishop), Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate

School of Management

October 31, 2008: Law and Ethics at the Bedside, Vanderbilt Medicine Resident Ethics and

Professionalism End-of-the-Month Series, Vanderbilt University, School of Medicine

July 24, 2008: Genetics Through the Lens of 'Gattaca', Vanderbilt Summer Academy

February 25, 2008: Soul, Role & RazzleDazzle: A Lawyer’s Life Undivided, Vanderbilt University Law

School

December 10, 2007: Privacy, Confidentiality & Legally Mandated Reporting, Vanderbilt University

School of Medicine

October 12, 2007: The Terri Schiavo Case: Law & (Bio)Politics in the U.S. at the End of Life, Newcastle

Law School, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, United Kingdom

October 1, 2007: Biopolitics at the End of Life: An American Perspective, The North of England Medico-

Legal Society, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, United Kingdom

September 1, 2006: Thoughts on Paul Farmer’s Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the

New War on the Poor, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN

November 1, 2005: Panel Discussant, Roundtable Discussion of TennCare Today, Vanderbilt University

Center for Medicine, Health & Society

October 19 and 26, 2005: A Short History of TennCare (Parts 1 and 2), Vanderbilt University

School of Medicine

May 2, 2005: Terri Schiavo: Did the Judicial Process Fail? Belmont University, Nashville, TN

April 4, 2005: The Terri Schiavo Case (with Drs. Larry Churchill and Howard Kirshner), Vanderbilt

University Medical Center

Executive Education and Community Workshops

April 11, 2011: Integrating Soul & Role: Preparing for a Successful & Sustainable Legal Career,

Vanderbilt University Law School

April 6, 2011: BONG HiTS 4 JESUS, Senior Class Assembly, Bloomington High School South

February 19, 2011: Practical Approaches to Ethical Dilemmas in the Life of a Professional, Leadership

Workshop sponsored by Cal Turner Program for Moral Leadership in the Professions, Vanderbilt Univ.

February 18, 2011: Ethics in a Community Hospital Setting, IU Health Bloomington Hospital, Emerging

Leaders Workshop, Bloomington, Indiana

October 18, 2010: Ethics in a Community Hospital Setting, IU Health Bloomington Hospital, Emerging

Leaders Workshop, Bloomington, Indiana

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April 23, 2010: The Relevance and Importance of Ethical Considerations: A Brief Case Study of Employee

Wellness Plans, Southern Indiana Rotary District Conference, Indiana University

February 6, 2010: Body, Soul, and Meaningfulness in Work and at Play, Leadership Workshop sponsored

by Cal Turner Program for Moral Leadership in the Professions, Vanderbilt University

October 15, 2009: Ethics and Leadership, Business Essentials for Lawyers (CLE), Owen Graduate School

of Management, Vanderbilt University

August 14-16, 2009: Ethics and Leadership, Vanderbilt University Cal Turner Program for Moral

Leadership in the Professions Annual Graduate/Professional Student Retreat, Dawson Springs, KY

October 17, 2008: Panel Discussant, Legal Ethics: Conflicts, Corporations, & Cross Border Practice,

Tennessee Bar Association 20th Annual Health Law Forum (CLE), Franklin, TN

September 23, 2008: The Law, Ethics, and Public Policy of Dying Three Years after Schiavo, IASIS

Healthcare 2008 Annual Compliance Conference, Franklin, TN

August 14-15, 2008: Ethics and Leadership, Vanderbilt University Cal Turner Program for Moral

Leadership in the Professions Annual Graduate/Professional Student Retreat, Dawson Springs, KY

October 30, 2007: Flourishing as a Person and a Professional – A Cautionary Tale from the World of

Legal Education, 2007 American Dental Education Association Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN

July 24, 2006: Pregnancy and Living Wills, Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA) Ethics Education,

Nationwide Webcast

February 10, 2006: Tube Feeding for Seriously Ill Patients: The “Not So Extraordinary” Life-Sustaining

Therapy? 2006 American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Nurses

Association Annual Assembly, Nashville, TN

October 6, 2005: Panel Discussant, Advance Directives & Surrogacy Under TN Health Care Decisions

Act, Tennessee Bar Association 17th Annual Health Law Forum (CLE), Franklin, TN

MEDIA APPEARANCES

Aug. 16, 2001: USA Today – Commenting on for-profit hospice and Medicare reimbursement reform

June 2, 2011: Bloomberg Businessweek – Recommending summer reading for incoming business students

May 26, 2011: Healthcare Finance News.com – Commenting on increase in for-profit hospice care

May 21, 2011: CBS MoneyWatch.com – Commenting on increase in for-profit hospice care

July 9, 2008: Channel 5 News (WTVF-Nashville) – Commenting on patient privacy issues

October 4, 2005: The Chattanooga Times Free Press – Commenting on Terri Schiavo case

April 5, 2005: The Tennessean (Nashville, TN) – Commenting on Terri Schiavo case

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DISCIPLINE AND FACULTY SERVICE AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY

Member, Ethics Committee (Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital)

“Me, Inc.” Facilitator for 2-week MBA Orientation Workshop on personal/professional branding

Reviewer of proposed joint J.D./M.S. in Bioethics to be offered by Cumberland Law School at Samford

University and the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College

Reviewer of Proceedings Papers for ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS 2010 Conference

Reviewer of Article Manuscripts for AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL

Judge, First Year MBA Case Competition

Member, Kelley School of Business, Undergraduate Faculty-Student Professionalism Code Think Tank

Member, Departmental Subcommittee for faculty recruitment (2010-2011, 2011-2012)

Member, Departmental Subcommittee to revise the Legal Studies major

DISCIPLINE AND FACULTY SERVICE AT VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY

Director/Mentor, Law & Policy Emphasis Program for 1 st and 2 nd Year MD students (School of Medicine)

Designer and Co-Director, Introduction to Legal Ethics & Professionalism for 1Ls (Law School)

Clinical Consultant, Medical Ethics Consult Service (Vanderbilt University Medical Center)

Member, Hospital Ethics Committee (Vanderbilt University Medical Center)

Faculty Advisor, Mayfield Living/Learning Lodge (Vanderbilt undergraduate resident hall)

Reviewer of Abstract Proposals for 2007 Meeting of AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BIOETHICS AND HUMANITIES

ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management, 2011 “Teaching Ethics in Business School

Annual Conference

Indiana University, Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, 2010 “Teaching

Research Ethics” Workshop

Rotary International Vocational/Cultural Exchange to Northeast England, September-October 2007

Center for Law & Renewal, 2007 Ethics and Professional Responsibility “Beyond the Rules” Retreat

National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism, 2006 “Legal Ethics” Workshop

Vanderbilt University Center for Ethics, 2006 “Teaching the Hard Stuff” Workshop

Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, 2005 “Intensive Bioethics” Course

University of Notre Dame, 1997 Pew Younger Scholars Summer Research Program

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PRACTICE EXPERIENCE & LEGAL EMPLOYMENT

Riley, Warnock & Jacobson, PLC, Nashville, TN

Civil Litigation Associate Aug. 2002 – Dec. 2004

Assumed substantial responsibility for day-to-day management of litigation and dispute resolution

pending in both state and federal court and involving individual and institutional clients, including:

Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA), St. Martin’s Press, Sony Entertainment, Curb Records,

The Coca-Cola Company, and Thomas Nelson Publishing;

Drafted and filed trademark applications; counseled certain clients on Internet and e-commerce

strategies; and assisted a four lawyer-team with defense in the massive Bridgeport copyrightinfringement

litigation;

Drafted appellate briefs, dispositive motions, discovery motions, pleadings, written discovery

requests and responses, settlement agreements and legal research memoranda;

Maintained regular direct personal contact with clients, co-counsel, and adverse counsel;

Handled occasional media contacts;

Participated in fact investigation, including client and witness interviews;

Participated in court hearings, mediations and settlement conferences;

Took and defended depositions; and

Coached a team of high school freshmen and sophomores to a first place showing in the Nashville

Bar Association’s High School Mock Trial Tournament.

Fenwick & West, LLP, Palo Alto, CA

Summer Associate (Intellectual Property Litigation Group) June – Aug. 2001

Adams & Reece/Stokes & Bartholomew, LLP, Nashville, TN

Summer Associate June – July 2000

BAR ADMISSIONS & PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

State Bar of Tennessee (#22232) (inactive)

United States Court for the Middle District of Tennessee

American Society for Bioethics and Humanities

Academy of Legal Studies in Business

Tri-State Academy of Legal Studies in Business

Society for Business Ethics

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

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REFERENCES

ELLEN WRIGHT CLAYTON, J.D., M.D.

Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics & Society

Franklin Professor of Genetics & Health Policy

Professor of Law & Professor of Pediatrics

Vanderbilt University Schools of Law & Medicine

CHRIS GUTHRIE, J.D., ED.M.

Dean, Vanderbilt University Law School

John Wade-Kent Syverud Professor of Law

LARRY R. CHURCHILL, PH.D., M.DIV.

Former Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics & Society

Ann Geddes Stahlman Professor of Medical Ethics

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

ED RUBIN, J.D.

Former Dean, Vanderbilt University Law School

University Professor of Law & Political Science

JEFFREY P. BISHOP, M.D., PH.D.

Director, Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics

Tenet Chair of Health Care Ethics

Saint Louis University

BRUCE BARRY, PH.D.

Brownlee O. Currey, Jr., Professor of Mgmt. & Sociology

Owen School of Management

Vanderbilt University

CHARLES SCOTT, PH.D.

Former Director, Vanderbilt Center for Ethics

Distinguished Professor of Philosophy

Vanderbilt University

GRAHAM RESIDE, PH.D., M.DIV.

Executive Director, Cal Turner Program for Moral

Leadership in the Professions

Vanderbilt University

JULIE SANDINE, J.D., M.A.

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

Vanderbilt University Law School

RICHARD GOODE, PH.D.

Professor of History

Lipscomb University

(615) 322-2598

ellen.clayton@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 322-9800

chris.guthrie@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 936-2686

larry.churchill@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 322-5620

ed.rubin@vanderbilt.edu

(314) 977-1060

jbisho12@slu.edu

(615) 322-3489

bruce.barry@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 322-2637

charles.e.scott@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 322-4491

graham.reside@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 343-5807

julie.sandine@vanderbilt.edu

(615) 966-5748

richard.goode@lipscomb.edu

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