Kevin O'Brien is an associate professor in the Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. He earned his accounting and law degrees from the University of Denver and an advanced degree in taxation from New York University. He also served as a revenue agent for the Internal Revenue Service. His research interests include professional ethics for lawyers, CPAs and executives, professional codes of conduct, whistle blowing, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Professor O'Brien teaches principally Accounting Ethics that analyzes key executive and professional decisions by CPAs from both an ethical and legal perspective as well as Business Law for Accountants. He also teaches Executive Business Law for the EMBA program. Professor O'Brien currently serves on the Audit and Compliance Committee of Centura Health.
Presented on 2/17/2016 for Tax Executives Institute
CPE Presentation on 11/18/2015 at the Denver Athletic Club for the Accounting Financial Women's Alliance (Denver Chapter).
Presented 9/25/2015 at the Rocky Mountain Accounting Conference
Presented at the RMASLB Conference 10/4/2014
Presented at the Rocky Mountain Accounting Conference, 9/26/2014
"The Virtue of 'Virtue Ethics in Business and Business Education,'" Journal of Business Ethics Education, 2015.
"Behavioral Ethics in Practice: Integrating Service Learning Into a Graduate Business Ethics Course," Journal of Management Education, 2017
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