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Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Recent Developments at the NYU Center on the Administration of Criminal Law

Since January, I've had the privilege and pleasure of being affiliated with NYU's Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, and I thought I'd take a moment to share with you all some exciting recent developments at the Center, which is helmed by Tony Barkow and Rachel Barkow. First, the Center recently published a book via NYU Press called "Prosecutors in the Boardroom: Using Criminal Law to Regulate Corporate Conduct." The book is a collection of essays on corporate governance and its intersection with criminal justice by leading scholars including: Jennifer Arlen, Sarah Sun Beale, Sam Buell, Tino Cuellar, Richard Epstein, Brandon Garrett, Lisa Kern Griffin, and Vik Khanna.  If you're like me, and long puzzled by the intricacies of punishing in a group context, you might find this book's essays very helpful. You can buy it here.

Second, and equally exciting, an amazing conference the Center organized on "policing, regulating, and prosecuting corruption" recently took place at NYU and you can find video of it here and on C-Span, a network that, as Seth Meyers reminds us, gets more eyeballs than NBC these days. Our own Rick Hills participated in that symposium. By the way, the symposium was also sponsored by the Annual Survey of American Law, and that journal will be publishing the proceedings in a future issue.

Posted by Administrators on May 3, 2011 at 10:23 AM in Blogging, Books | Permalink


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