Program on Compliance, Ethics & Inclusion
The Program on Ethics, Compliance & Inclusion ("PECI") was founded at Notre Dame Law School in 2019 by Professor Veronica Root Martinez. PECI is dedicated to creating compliant, ethical, and inclusive environments within organizations.
For scholars, PECI creates opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange by sponsoring roundtables, conferences, and co-sponsoring symposiums. While located within the Law School, PECI attempts to create bridges with other academic disciplines to better understand how legal interventions impact the internal functioning of organizations.
For students, PECI provides advice on courses to take if students are interested in a career in compliance, supervises a legal ethics writing competition, hosts guest speakers, and supports
For practitioners and academics, PECI creates opportunities for interaction with both scholars and students. In doing so, PECI bridges what is often a divide between academics and practitioners, so that each group is able to learn from each other.
Scholarship & Research
The Program on Ethics, Compliance & Inclusion supports research that critically examines significant instances of immoral behavior, misconduct, and discrimination within organizations for the purpose of producing tangible steps that organizations can take to prevent similar future behavior.
In 2021, PECI co-sponsored two symposiums. The first symposium was co-sponsored with the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy on "The Ethics of Government Service," which included written contributions from top scholars, practitioners, and students. The second symposium was co-sponsored with the Notre Dame Law Review on "Building a More Inclusive NDLS," which included reflections from NDLS faculty, students, and alumni.
Professor Veronica Root Martinez appointed to FINRA NAC (January 21, 2021)
- Disclosure Roundtable, Friday, August 6, 2021