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Western State College of Law is seeking an Adjunct Professor to teach Corporate Criminal Liability in the Spring 2019 semester.

16 Sep 2018 10:32 PM | Deleted user

The Corporate Criminal Liability course addresses the elements of the numerous types of white collar crimes, including theft by means of fraud and deception, with emphasis on investment, real estate, and credit card fraud, wire and mail fraud, identity theft, computer-related crimes, bribery and extortion, money laundering and R.I.C.O. violations including both federal and California statutes. Students will understand and apply the principles of criminal culpability as it pertains to conspiracies, aiding and abetting, and corporate versus individual criminal liability, as well as to understand the nature and function of federal Grand Jury proceedings as they relate to white collar crime investigations and indictments; identify the typical evidentiary issues attendant to a criminal white collar crime investigation and prosecution; and understand the challenges white collar crime situations present to the legal practitioner in terms of ethics and the advisement and representation of clients.  The course is taught as a research and writing seminar, with a research paper or similar project in lieu of a final examination.
 
Those interested can send me an email with attached resume.
 
Thank you so much!
 
Susan E. Keller
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Law
Western State College of Law
1 Banting
Irvine, CA 92618
 
714-459-1141
skeller@wsulaw.edu

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