Turning Ethics and Compliance Training Into a Game

, Corporate Counsel


Two new in-house training programs use video game concepts to teach employees about law and ethics and create a healthy compliance culture.

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  • Vern

    video games and the law! interesting
    Vern Leeroy from Miter Saw Genie

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    I think this is great. Is it for sale?

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    Is it possible to obtain the program for use by a County Bar Assn for CLE training. If so what would the charge be for such programs?

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