Massachusetts State Ethics Commission
The State Ethics Commission is an independent state agency that administers and enforces the provisions of the conflict of interest law and financial disclosure law.
930 CMR State Ethics Commission Regulations
Massachusetts ethics rules
Massachusetts ethics rulings: decisions, advisories, and opinions
Ethics Commission advisories
These advisories organized by subject summarize prior Commission precedent and provide examples of how the conflict law applies to public employees.
Ethics Commission public enforcement cases and decisions
State Ethics Commission enforcement matters by subject area and specify individuals and businesses.
Ethics Commission legal opinions
Legal opinions issued by the Ethics Commission regarding the conflict of interest and financial disclosure laws. These opinions organized by subject deal with specific circumstances, but do not name individuals involved.
Mass. Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics opinions. Opinions published since 1973
Conflict of Interest Law education and training guidelines, State Ethics Commission
Links to everything you need to know about training requirements, including summaries of the law to be distributed to employees
Educational materials- Learn more about the conflict of interest law, State Ethics Commission
Everything you need to know about the conflict of interest law for state and municipal employees
Ethics Commission rulings, State Ethics Commission
Rulings include enforcement decisions, advisories, and opinions issued by the Commission in during the calendar year.
File or view conflict of interest disclosure forms, State Ethics Commission
File a disclosure form as a state, county or municipal employee, or view disclosure forms, which are public records
Frequently asked ethical questions, Board of Bar Overseers
Ethical questions which confront attorneys
Online Conflict of Interest Law training
Public employees hired after April 2, 2010 must complete this training within 30 days of beginning public service, and every 2 years thereafter. Includes programs for municipal, state, and county employees.
Do no wrong: Ethics for prosecutors and defenders, American Bar Association, 2009
Ethical lawyering in Massachusetts, 5th edition, MCLE, loose-leaf
Legal ethics : the lawyer’s deskbook on professional responsibility, Thomson Reuters, annual.
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