Students will learn about white collar criminal law principles, today’s climate of government enforcement against corporate wrongdoing and the important role that compliance programs can play in preventing, detecting and resolving those compliance issues. The course will involve substantive lectures and classroom exercises. The Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA) will be utilized as the substantive basis to discuss the various principles and conduct the practice simulations. The FCPA will also help demonstrate the global nature of white collar and compliance and the legal issues multi-national corporations face.
Students will engage in classroom exercises to develop skills frequently used in practice – analysis, drafting materials, preparing for and conducting interviews, and developing a work plan. Students will learn to advise a client on dealing with a government enforcement action, conduct a global internal investigation, and build a corporate compliance program. This learning combination of substantive lectures and doing simulation exercises regarding “real world” issues will provide students with practical skills in an area that is in high demand for lawyers.
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|Sakai site: https://sakai.duke.edu/portal/site/LAW.533.01.F19|
|Email list: LAW.533.01.F19@sakai.duke.edu|
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