The 2022 Law and Ethics fellowship program is a two-term fellowship that introduces students to the study and application of ethics and its relationship to the practice of disagreement on the Supreme Court and some pending cases on its docket. Students will meet with a range of scholars, including our named lecturers Steven Pinker and Nita Farahany, in a small, informal group setting.
Normative questions are at the core of the study of ethics. This includes not just those working in moral and political philosophy but those who also study legal institutions and norms, religious ethics, health care ethics, welfare economics and a range of other topics and issues. The Institute seeks to build upon this core as it affirms an ecumenical definition of "ethics," one that intersects with a range of disciplines across the Dartmouth curriculum.
Phillips Family Award in Ethics
The Phillips Family Award in Ethics is presented annually to an undergraduate student from Dartmouth College who has successfully demonstrated strength and interest in applied and professional ethics. A prize of up to $1000 is awarded to the winning paper or papers. Learn more.
Shoshana Zuboff, April 24, 2023, 4:30-6:00pm
Burt Dorsett '53 Lecture: The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power
Author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism | Harvard Business School Professor Emeritus | Activist and Scholar
We may have democracy, or we may have Facebook, but we cannot have both.
Roger S. Aaron '64, T '65 Distinguished Lecture on Ethics in Law and Business with Jamal Greene, Columbia School of Law. Jamal is a constitutional law expert whose scholarship focuses on the structure of legal and constitutional argument. He teaches constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, the law of the political process, First Amendment, and federal courts. Learn more.
Congratulations to our 2022 Law and Ethics Fellows
The Ethics Institute seeks to advance Dartmouth's unique teacher scholar model by providing graduate and undergraduate students funds to work on a research project under the supervision of a Dartmouth faculty advisor. Learn more