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Recent scandals show leaders failing to navigate acceptable behavior standards against changing mores, Inside Higher Ed

In an article published July 31, 2017, Washington, DC partner Raymond D. Cotton discusses moral turpitude in light of recent university scandals. When moral turpitude is included in university employment contracts, it isn’t always defined, said Mr. Cotton, who represent boards and presidents in contract negotiations. When he represents boards that are hiring presidents, he tries to write in a moral turpitude clause, he said. “I want to put it in the hands of the board,” he said. Click here to read the full article.