On March 15, 2007, noted experts from business, government, and academia will gather at the Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, D.C.) to explore the ramifications of the current campaign against white collar crime.
Panels will explore the following topics: “Why Punish?”; “Regulation through Criminalization”; “The Challenge of Cooperation”; and “Solutions.”
Among the noted experts on these panels will be Pamela Bucy (University of Alabama School of Law); Alan Strudler and William Laufer (the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania); Preet Bharara (Senate Judiciary
Committee); Christine Hurt (the University of Illinois College of Law); Craig Lerner (George Mason University School of Law); Moin Yahya (the University of Alberta School of Law); Geraldine Szott Moohr (the University of Houston School of Law); Patrick Gnazzo (Chief Compliance Officer at Computer Associates, Inc.); Julie O’Sullivan (the Georgetown Law Center); Michael Elston (the Office of the Deputy Attorney General); George Terwilliger (White & Case, LLP in Washington, DC); and Sara Sun Beale (Duke University School of Law).
The conference will begin at 8:45am and end at 4:50pm.
CLE credit will be available to those registering for the conference.
The conference is hosted by the Georgetown Business Ethics Institute in partnership with the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Heritage Foundation, the US Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform, and the American Criminal Law Review.
Further information regarding registration and conference fees will be forthcoming soon. Questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.