Ethics Follies is the creation of The Association of Corporate Counsel, South/Central Texas Chapter and is written and directed by former ACC Chapter President Lee Cusenbary with help from many of the ACC members. The educational production is now in its eleventh year of entertaining and educating with musical parodies of popular Broadway shows, weaving into the plotlines relevant rules of ethical conduct and real life examples of the harm caused by unethical behavior by attorneys and their clients. The high-energy and fast-paced exchange among characters creates an engaging “edutainment” experience. Many attendees can recall the ethics issues they have seen acted out better than remembering an abstract concept that was read in a list of rules. Ethics Follies has been seen by more than 20,000 attorneys and executive through live shows, webcasts, and DVD viewings. The ethics program has been featured by national conferences such as the International Association of Corporate Counsel, the National Women Trial Lawyers, and the American Bar Association and has provided training to state and local bar associations such as the Texas State Bar Conference, the San Francisco Bar Association and the San Antonio Bar Association. Ethics Follies has also trained Walmart’s eight hundred outside legal counsel at the Super Conference in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Attendees will enjoy a two hour musical parody of the movie, "The Princess Bride," set to music to teach ethics and compliance principles in a fun and memorable way. Attendees receive two hours CLE or CPE.
Individual registration and $1,500 table sponsorships (for eight) are available online. If you register for CLE and attend, you will earn 2 hours of CLE credit. If you register by October 3, 2022 then you will receive a $10 discount.
To attend the show without receiving CLE credit, you can buy a Friends and Family ticket for $25. If you register by October 3, 2022 then you will receive a $5 discount. To purchase CLE or Friends & Family tickets, choose your date of attendance below:
October 19, 2022
CLE fee: $75
October 20, 2022
With Lee Cusenbary Ethical Life Awards and a catered, open bar networking reception.
CLE fee: $95