Oregon Government Ethics Overview

  • March 03, 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • DoubleTree By Hilton Portland (1000 NE Multnomah St, Portland, OR 97232)

Registration

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Base fee:
  • Planner guests attend their first meeting free of charge and can either register individualy or as a guest of another member.

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Speaker: Hayley Weedn

This session offers the opportunity to meet with Government Ethics Commission staff to ask questions and learn more about Government Ethics laws (ORS Chapter 244) in an interactive setting. A trainer will explain how these laws apply to carrying out the duties of a “public official”.

In this session attendees will be able to understand how the Oregon Government Ethics laws apply where to find resources or direct assistance in navigating Oregon Government Ethics laws.

Hayley joined the Oregon Government Ethics Commission as a Trainer and Program Analyst in March of 2015. Much of her work focuses on legal research, education, and technical training. She began her career in public service as Law Clerk, for the Juvenile Court Improvement Program at the Oregon Judicial Department. Prior to working for the State, Ms. Weedn twice published in legal academic journals and has conducted continuing education training for members of the Oregon State Bar, social services, and federal law enforcement. Hayley earned a J.D. at Willamette University in 2013 and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from University of Washington, Seattle, in 2008.

GOSGMP Member Property

Doubletree by Hilton Portland
1000 NE Multnomah St. Portland, OR 97232

GOSGMP Member: Heidi Thomas, CGMP



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