Clear Law Institute provides custom code of conduct and ethics online training for the same price or lower than what employers typically pay for off-the-shelf training. Through the use of scenarios, learning games, and interactive exercises, your employees learn exactly the information they need. Learn about the benefits of custom training below.

Benefits and Features of Custom Code of Conduct Training

Custom instruction specific to your policies and work environment

Instead of learning general principles about conflicts of interest, bribery, and other ethics and compliance topics, your employees learn about your specific policies and how to apply those policies to scenarios they may actually face in their job. In addition, using our “green screen” technology, course scenarios can look like they are taking place in your actual workplace.


People love to learn, but they hate to be taught. With our heavy use of scenarios, gaming, and interactive exercises, people enjoy the learning process as they learn the content.

Bite-sized learning options

You can provide an entire course to your employees at one time or provide instruction on a different topic every few months.


You can track course completion in our Learning Management System (“LMS”) or your LMS.


Clear Law’s courses electronically record who has completed the course, eliminating paperwork and allowing you to easily ensure 100% participation in the course.

Available in multiple languages

We can affordably translate and deliver the training in multiple languages.


If you’re used to paying typical industry license fees for online ethics and compliance training, you’ll be amazed at how affordable our custom courses are. In fact, most employers realize substantial savings by paying for a one-time course creation fee instead of annual user licenses.

Sample Topics

We can create courses that include instruction on any ethics or compliance topic.  Typical topics include:

  • Antitrust and Anti-Competitive Practices
  • Anti-Corruption and Bribery (including US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act)
  • Confidential Information
  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Dodd-Frank Act
  • Environment, Health and Safety
  • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO):
  • Ethical Leadership for Supervisors
  • Export Controls and Anti-Boycotting Laws
  • Fair Dealings
  • Financial Integrity
  • Fraud and Abuse
  • Gifts and Favors
  • Government Procurement
  • Insider Trading
  • Intellectual Property
  • Outside Opportunities
  • Record Management and Retention
  • Reporting Ethical Concerns
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act
  • Technology Use
  • Use of Organization Property for Personal Use

To learn more, contact us.

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