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As a non-adjudicative body, the Ethics Committee does not investigate allegations, hear grievances, or resolve disputes.


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Committee members


Robert L. Anemone

Robert L. Anemone

Chair

Jennifer Wagner

Jennifer Wagner

Elizabeth DiGangi

Elizabeth DiGangi

Michele Goldsmith

Michele L. Goldsmith

Julienne Rutherford

Julienne Rutherford

Heather Norton

Heather Norton

David Strait

David Strait

Nina G. Jablonski

Nina G. Jablonski

Rachel Watkins

Rachel Watkins

Nicole M. Burt

Nicole M. Burt

Ethics Fellow

Alyson Caine

Alyson Caine

Ethics Fellow

Cara Hirst

Cara Hirst

Ethics Fellow

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