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Our Chapter, established in 1992, is a local chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners has over 50,000 members worldwide.  Our Chapter provides timely localized training and networking opportunities to our members in order to assist them with obtaining the required continuing professional education requirements of the Certified Fraud Examiner certification.  It is comprised of members from several different industries including public accounting, finance, law enforcement, medical, insurance, banking, education, government and legal.



Ethics Training
Please join us for our upcoming joint ethics training with the SNE-IIA at Dakota's Restaurant in Rocky Hill. Lunch and registration will start at noon, with the presentation, given by Nicholas J. Barnes, Esq., starting at 1pm.
May 11, 2018
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Dakota's Restaurant
1489 Silas Deane Hwy
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

$50.00 CTCFE Member Ticket

$75.00 CTCFE Nonmember Ticket


Session Info:

Ethics & Law: One informs the other

Every field is beholden to regulations, and every professional organization expects its members to behave ethically... but which comes first? Which informs our decision making process? Does our law reflect our ethics, or vice versa?

 This will be an engaging, participatory session on Law and Ethics. We'll discuss some landmark cases and interesting scenarios ---from cannibalism to self-driving cars--- and all attendees will leave with a better sense of how they reach a decision on what is "right" or "wrong."



Nicholas Barnes, Esq.

The presenter has over a decade of experience consulting and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Ever since teaching his first course, Computer Law & Ethics in 2006, Barnes has been actively teaching and learning about ethics and its interplay with the law. He is currently the Associate Professor of Business and Law and chair of Legal Studies at Nichols College.

Before entering higher education, Barnes was a general counsel, intellectual property counsel, information systems consultant, and project manager, with experience ranging from software startups to Fortune 500 companies.