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Cari Sheehan

Kelley School of Business

Expert Bio

Cari Sheehan is an assistant clinical professor of business law and ethics at the IU Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis, where she currently teaches commercial law and business ethics. She is also an adjunct professor at the Robert H. McKinney School of Law, where she has taught courses in appellate practice and procedure, torts, and professional responsibility.

In practice, Sheehan is a part-time conflicts/ethics attorney at Scopelitis Garvin Light Hanson & Feary, advising on ethical issues. She is a well-respected seminar and continuing legal education speaker, covering a range of ethical issues across various platforms, both locally and on a national level. She also authors a business ethics column in conjunction with the Hamilton County Business Journal about the benefits and pitfalls of business ethics. She is an occasional author in the Res Gestae, a legal journal.

Areas of Expertise

Business ethics, legal ethics (for attorneys and judges), rules of professional conduct for attorneys (e.g., conflicts of interest, civility, illegal activity, etc.), civil litigation (e.g., torts and related claims), contract law/litigation, criminal law, the Constitution and constitutional law claims, federal and state court systems/structure