Fall 2013
5310 White Collar Crime - KWOK- 24761

Professor(s): David Kwok (FACULTY)

Credits: 3

Course Areas: Constitutional and Criminal Law 

Time: 10:30a-12:00p  MWLocation: 144 BLB 

Course Outline: White collar offenses are typically non-violent, economically motivated conduct occurring in the course of business. Focusing on federal law, the course includes traditional offenses such as fraud, regulatory offenses such as healthcare violations, and group offenses such as RICO. Students also analyze issues raised by white collar crime, such as the criminal liability of corporations, managerial liability, and prosecutorial discretion. The course is recommended to students who plan to represent business clients and to those who plan careers in criminal law.

Course Syllabus: Syllabus

Course Notes: NEW FACULTY: David Kwok  

Prerequisites:  

First Day Assignments: Aug 26
Definitions & Causes of White Collar Crime
Read: pp. 1-25
Discussion will emphasize IV. Causes of White Collar Crime

Final Exam Schedule: 12/11 9am-noon  144 TU2    

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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Writing Requirement: No