Josephson is a much sought-after lecturer on ethical issues. A graduate of UCLA and UCLA Law School, he was a law professor with an academic career spanning over 20 years. During that time, he was founder and CEO of a publishing company and a national chain of bar preparation courses. Josephson has been profiled in Time, The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. He has a daily radio commentary in southern California and has appeared on ABC's Primetime Live, Nightline, and PBS's Bill Moyer 's World of Ideas.
In his visit to the Athenaeum, Josephson will also discuss his recent book, The Power of Character: Prominent Americans Talk about Life, Family, Work, Values, and More (1998).
Michael Josephson's lecture is part of the Athenaeum series Integrity, Commitment, and Achievement.