(1.5 Approved MCPE Credits)

The Hawaii State Ethics Commission will conduct an ethics course for state government attorneys on Wednesday, October 29, 2014. The course will review the standards of conduct for state officials and employees that are prescribed by the State Ethics Code, Chapter 84, Hawaii Revised Statutes. The State Ethics Code applies to state elected officials, state board and commission members, and state employees in the executive, legislative, and judicial[1] branches of state government.

This course will provide an overview of the major provisions of the State Ethics Code relating to: conflicts of interests; prohibited gifts and gift reporting requirements; misuse of official position; state contracts; and post-employment restrictions. State government attorneys who take this course will learn how the State Ethics Code applies to their actions and to the actions of the state officials they advise and represent. There is no fee for this course, which has been approved by the Hawaii State Bar Association for 1.5 Mandatory Continuing Professional Education credits.

Date/Time of class: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 / 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Length of class: 1.5 hours
Location of class:
State Capitol Auditorium
415 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii
How to register: Register online at, (CLOSED)

call the Hawaii State Ethics Commission at (808) 587‐0460, or email the Commission’s office [email protected]

To register groups of more than 10 employees, call the Commission’s office at (808) 587‐0460.

Persons in need of special assistance: If you require special assistance or auxiliary aids or service (such as a sign language interpreter, large print materials, or wheelchair accessibility), please indicate so on your online registration form, or call the Commission’s office at (808) 587‐0460.

[1] The State Ethics Code does not apply to judges, but does apply to all other employees of the State Judiciary.