In May, I gave a series of "Ethics Boot Camp" presentations for InsideCounsel's annual SuperConference. One of the central messages to my in-house peers was the value of conducting regular ethics training for their legal teams.
Regular ethics training introduces in-house lawyers to the latest in the world of corporate ethics and ensures they stay updated. The basic training could also serve as a basis for more in-depth discussion on ethics. This could lead to the establishment of a legal department affinity group for forming best practice solutions in response to company-specific issues.