Michael G. Sabbeth, Esq.,
Denver, Colorado

Michael Sabbeth, Esq. has been a panelist on several continuing legal education ethics programs. He lectures nationally on ethics, rhetoric and trial advocacy to bar associations, judicial conferences and district attorney associations. He lectures to corporate and civic groups on ethics, rhetoric and persuasion as a management and executive skill. He has been an adjunct professor at Arapahoe Community College and Metropolitan State University in Denver where he taught courses on Ethics, Rhetoric and Propaganda and Entrepreneurialism.

Michael Sabbeth

Mr. Sabbeth lectures to bar associations and continuing legal education groups throughout Colorado and nationally on the topic of ethics and rhetoric. He has written articles in national publications on ethics with an emphasis on teaching ethics to children. He has been featured in The Christian Science Monitor for his volunteer work teaching ethics in Denver-area schools. After the Columbine High School killings Mr. Sabbeth lectured on skills for ethical reasoning to the Littleton Fire Department to enhance the department’s school outreach programs.

Mr. Sabbeth has taught classes on moral reasoning in Denver-area public and private schools for twenty years. His book The Good, The Bad and The Difference: How to Talk with Children About Values is a guide for parents and for other persons working with children on how to talk with children about ethics and values and how to teach moral reasoning. The book has been available since late October 2010. Mr. Sabbeth graduated from Williams College with an Honors degree in Political Economy in 1969 and from the University of Denver Law School in 1973. He is a sole practitioner in Denver. He writes for many magazines on travel, fishing and engraving. He is married and has three children.

Twitter: @michaelsabbeth

The Good, The Bad and The Difference offers principles, skills and a structure for critical conversations that help parents raise children of virtuous character committed to moral reasoning and moral action.