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Michael G. Sabbeth

Michael Sabbeth is a lawyer, author and lecturer living in Denver, Colorado.  Mr. Sabbeth lectures on and writes about ethics and rhetoric as advanced legal advocacy skills, legal professionalism and estate planning and administration issues relevant to firearms ownership and distribution.

For over twenty years he has taught classes on ethics to young children in Denver-area public and private schools. His book, The Good, The Bad and The Difference: How to Talk with Children About Values, is a guide on how to talk with children about moral decision-making and reasoning. He has been a lecturer at Master Hunter Education programs, is an NRA-certified instructor in shotgun disciplines, a Boy Scout merit badge counselor in the shotgun discipline, consults for the United States Shooting Association on media relations and writes for many prominent hunting and shooting magazines, including Safari Magazine, The Double Gun Journal, Sporting Classics and ClayingShootingUSA. He lectures nationally on rhetoric and crafting arguments to defend and promote hunting and the shooting sports at venues including The Dallas Safari Club, Safari Club International Conventions, and the IHEA Annual Conventions.   He is now writing two book relating to hunting and the shooting sports: Five Tips The Best Instructors and Student Should Know and The Honorable Hunter: Defending and Advancing Our Hunting Heritage.  Mr. Sabbeth graduated from Williams College in 1969 with an Honors degree in Political Economy and from the University of Denver Law School in 1973. He is married and has three children. He may be contacted at The Good, The Bad and The Difference is available on

Michael Sabbeth

Michael G. Sabbeth is a lawyer in Denver, Colorado. He lectures on ethics and rhetoric. He has written the book “The Good, The Bad and The Difference: How to Talk with Children About Values.” & is now working on a book titled “No More Apologizing! Arguments to Defend and Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports.”