||Interested in lying, cheating, and stealing? So are we. Join us for a career panel focusing on the intersection of fraud within government and business professionals, often called White Collar Crime.
You don’t need to choose between criminal law and business law – Bernie Madoff and the Enron scandal have made this possible for us.
This panel will include insight from panelists who are involved in White Collar Crime in
different legal aspects, and will be followed by a Q&A session. It will be an excellent
opportunity to meet and learn from those dealing first-hand with such issues.
Professor Amy Tenney, Associate Director, Program on Law & Government.
Barry Boss, Office Managing Partner, Cozen O'Connor, Washington, D.C.
Lauren McGinley, Deputy General Counsel, Deputy Compliance Officer and Asst. Secretary, Noblis
Catherine Moore, Enforcement, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
Lisa Phelan, Chief, National Criminal Enforcement Section, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice
Tracee Plowell, Trial Attorney, Public Integrity Sec??on, Department of Justice
Alton Turner, Senior Counsel, Enforcement Division, Securities and Exchange Commission
The Office of Career and Professional Development, The Business Law Society,
The Criminal Law Brief, The Criminal Law Society and
The Program on Law & Government.
Boxed Lunches will be provided.
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