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Kathleen Clark, a professor at the Washington University in St. Louis law school, agreed. “The best ethics standards don't require inquiry into state of mind, they rely on facts that are observable to the outside world," Clark said. “If on the other hand you're trying to look inside the mind of the mayor, good luck ...
Whether or not Fitzgerald broke federal law governing conflicts of interest among government employees, she certainly committed a “public relations crime,” said Kathleen Clark, professor at Washington University Law School who specializes in legal and government ethics. Fitzgerald previously was a top ...

“The lack of leadership on the national political level has left this vacuum,” said Kathleen Clark, a professor at the Washington University Law school. “Fortunately, there are some business leaders who see that there's a role for them to play.” The most vivid expression of this new willingness to speak out ...
“It gives you a window, I think, into her value system,” said Kathleen Clark, a professor of law focusing on government ethics at Washington University in St. Louis. “It doesn't make her a criminal, but it does raise the question of what are her commitments? What are her values, and are they consistent with ...
“My overall ethics grade for the Trump administration is an F,” Washington University School of Law in St. Louis ethics lawyer Kathleen Clark told the AP. Trump Organization lawyer Alan Garten countered that the firm is trying hard to avoid ethics conflicts. “I feel very confident that we are meeting our ...
The editorial's statement calling for science-based protective policies is so general, it's “endorsing something akin to motherhood and apple pie,” says Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in Saint Louis in Missouri and government ethics consultant in Washington, D.C. Clark notes that ...

Other legal experts were less certain. “Privilege may not apply because of what question Bannon is being asked to answer,” said Kathleen Clark, a professor at the Washington University School of Law, “but the mere assertion of privilege is not obstruction of justice.” Another legal analyst, Eric Columbus, ...
Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis who specializes in government ethics, said Curran is pursuing a “worthy goal.” But Clark said some courts have looked skeptically on strict ethics restrictions, occasionally striking them down. “In theory, an appointee could challenge these ...
"The president continues to find ways to profit from public office, by exploiting the fact that there are people who will pay to spend time with him and to be seen with him," said Kathleen Clark, a government ethics expert at the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. The White House and Trump ...
“The president continues to find ways to profit from public office, by exploiting the fact that there are people who will pay to spend time with him and to be seen with him,” said Kathleen Clark, a government ethics expert at the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. The White House and Trump ...
... White House ethics officials approved the form with missing information, raising questions about the ability of senior officials to skirt disclosure requirements. “Individuals make mistakes,” Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis and an expert on government ethics, said in July.
Two ethics experts contacted by POLITICO said they were troubled that the Justice Department wasn't more forthcoming about the basis for Mueller's waiver. "I think it's strange they're not providing the reasoning," said Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis. "I don't understand ...
Kathleen Clark, a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis, wasn't sure what to make of the statement. It could be argued that "don't buy it" means "don't buy into the idea," rather than don't buy the products, she said. And even if the House committee was telling the public not to shop at a private ...
Trump's defense and that of his attorney will not work, said Kathleen Clark, an expert of legal ethics and professor at Washington University in St. Louis. “Dowd's argument that President Trump cannot be held accountable for obstructing justice is reminiscent of one that former President Nixon made: 'When ...
In Bannon's case, White House ethics officials approved the form with missing information, raising questions about the ability of senior officials to skirt disclosure requirements. "Individuals make mistakes,” Kathleen Clark, a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis and an expert on government ...
'That argument didn't work for Nixon, and Dowd's new formulation of it won't work for Trump'. Kathleen Clark, expert on legal ethics and professor at Washington University in St. Louis. Dowd's argument that President Trump cannot be held accountable for obstructing justice is reminiscent of one that former ...
Federal law prohibits political candidates and their advisers from seeking or obtaining contributions from foreign individuals or entities. “Foreigners can't contribute to federal, state, or local campaigns, and that doesn't just cover cash contributions,” Kathleen Clark, a professor at the law school of Washington ...

Washington University in St. Louis law professor Kathleen Clark said using the board's letterhead was "absolutely improper." She says Trent "appears to have used her position to provide someone with a benefit that is not consistent with the interests of Wayne State University." Trent says she was merely ...
... White House ethics officials approved the form with missing information, raising questions about the ability of senior officials to skirt disclosure requirements. “Individuals make mistakes,” Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis and an expert on government ethics, said in July.
Two ethics experts contacted by POLITICO said they were troubled that the Justice Department wasn't more forthcoming about the basis for Mueller's waiver. "I think it's strange they're not providing the reasoning," said Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis. "I don't understand ...
Kathleen Clark, a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis, wasn't sure what to make of the statement. It could be argued that "don't buy it" means "don't buy into the idea," rather than don't buy the products, she said. And even if the House committee was telling the public not to shop at a private ...
Trump's defense and that of his attorney will not work, said Kathleen Clark, an expert of legal ethics and professor at Washington University in St. Louis. “Dowd's argument that President Trump cannot be held accountable for obstructing justice is reminiscent of one that former President Nixon made: 'When ...
In Bannon's case, White House ethics officials approved the form with missing information, raising questions about the ability of senior officials to skirt disclosure requirements. "Individuals make mistakes,” Kathleen Clark, a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis and an expert on government ...
Kathleen Clark, a legal ethics expert at Washington University School of Law, told BuzzFeed News that she didn't think that Weissmann's email presented a conflict of interest with his work on the special counsel's team. Weissmann expressing admiration for Yates was not necessarily evidence of bias, Clark ...
Federal law prohibits political candidates and their advisers from seeking or obtaining contributions from foreign individuals or entities. “Foreigners can't contribute to federal, state, or local campaigns, and that doesn't just cover cash contributions,” Kathleen Clark, a professor at the law school of Washington ...
"On the merits, English has a strong claim," said Kathleen Clark, a law professor at the Washington University in St Louis, who noted that the more recent and specific statute tends to have a stronger standing in court when it comes to disputes over appointments. In this case, she's referring to the Dodd-Frank ...
Though the investigations are serious, watchdog agencies and legal experts say they're unlikely to result in criminal charges or impede Zinke's plans to remake Interior. “This situation with the Interior secretary is abnormal,” says Kathleen Clark, law professor at Washington University in St. Louis.
Huey and Kathleen Clark, the driver's in-laws, were also on scene after he ... The couple's son-in-law was on his way to a dialysis appointment ...
Huey and Kathleen Clark, the driver's in-laws, were also on scene after he ... The couple's son-in-law was on his way to a dialysis appointment ...
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) may be the law of the land, but the ... said George Washington University law professor Kathleen Clark.
By Kathleen Clark ... In Missouri the law states that all counties must give assent for the transmission project before the PSC can issue the ...
Georgetown University Law Center's new Institute for Constitutional ... Bruce Ackerman, Washington University School of Law's Kathleen Clark, ...
Kathleen Clark, a professor of law and ethics, suggests a second reason. "We have become desensitized," she told NPR. "We're so used to ...
Kathleen Clark, an attorney and law professor at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, says Carson isn't prohibited from speaking ...
Washington University law professor Kathleen Clark, who focuses on legal and governmental ethics, says these calls for an investigation of ...
Washington University Law professor Kathleen Clark said that referring to the settlement as a victory is accurate, and she characterized the ...
Kathleen Clark, a Washington University Law Professor, sits down with Soledad O'Brien to walk through which laws apply, the questions that ...
Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, told The Journal that OpenGov's presence at the meeting “seems like a ...
... off on [Bannon's forms]," said Kathleen Clark, a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis and an expert on government ethics.
There are "no magic words" to turn this into solicitation, said Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University School of Law. "You have ...
In other words, under the law Trump's tweet endorsing Norman was permissible ... at Washington University in St. Louis named Kathleen Clark.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St Louis, who says President-elect Trump failed to ...
“Here, it's an agency trying to destroy its own program because it opposes it,” said Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University ...
Law experts told us that criminal statutes apply only to those who leak ... according to Kathleen Clark, a legal ethics expert and law professor at ...
Kathleen Clark, an ethics law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, disagreed about the impact of ethics disclosure forms, saying they ...
Preate, however, “appears to be organizing the administration's response to questions sent to the White House," said Kathleen Clark, a law ...
"President Trump is in effect inviting people and companies and countries to channel money to him through the hotel," said Kathleen Clark, a former ethics lawyer for the District of Columbia and a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis ...
Kathleen Clark, a Washington University law professor and ethics expert, said much is unknown about how White House officials are approaching potential conflicts related to business at Trump properties.
"President Trump is in effect inviting people and companies and countries to channel money to him through the hotel," said Kathleen Clark, a former ethics lawyer for the District of Columbia and a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis ...
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