New Jersey Law & Ethics Webinar (4 Hours)


Satisfy your Ethics requirement and benefit from a comprehensive review of New Jersey laws and regulations as they are applied to the practice of public accountancy. This review encompasses both the practical aspects of maintaining a license and the core ethical expectations of the profession as expressed in the New Jersey Board of Accountancy Regulation’s Rules of Professional Conduct. This webinar also provides insight into the rationale and philosophy behind the rules. You’ll learn about:

  • Requirements for maintaining a license
  • Firm registration and mobility
  • Retention of CPE records
  • Professional standards
  • Ways to protect yourself

To satisfy the Ethics requirement for New Jersey CPAs and emphasize the need for prudent ethical judgment when interpreting the rules and determining the public interest. You’ll use case studies and discussion questions to understand how to apply the rules to real ethical dilemmas.

  • The Accountancy Act of 1997
  • The makeup and powers of the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy
  • Individual and firm licensing and registration requirements
  • Grounds for disciplinary action
  • CPE requirements
  • Rules of professional conduct, including:
    – Independence, integrity, and objectivity
    – Competency and compliance
    – Confidentiality
    – Contingent fees and commissions
    – Advertising and solicitation
    – Record retention and return of records
    – Conflicts of interest
    – Discreditable acts
  • The peer review program
  • The Uniform Enforcement Act
  • The Uniform Regulations of the Division of Consumer Affairs



No advance preparation required.

Level of Knowledge: 


CPE Credit: 
NASBA Field of Study: 
Regulatory Ethics