Symposium – Corporate Crime 20 Years After the Creation of Justice Department Prosecution Policy

Corporate Crime 20 Years After the Creation of Justice Department Prosecution Policy

A conference hosted by Law & Contemporary Problems and Duke Law School

Duke Law School, Durham, NC

November 7-8, 2019

 

Thursday, November 7, 2019

3:00pm:  Conference convenes in Duke Law School Room 4042.

3:00pm to 3:05pm:  Welcoming remarks and introduction

3:05pm to 4:05pm:  Miriam Baer (Brooklyn Law), Three Conceptions of Corporate Crime (and One Suggestion for Reform)

Commenter:  Rachel Barkow

4:05pm to 5:05pm:   James Nelson (Houston Law), Some Realism about Corporate Crime

Commenter:  Mihailis Diamantis

5:05pm to 5:20pm:  Break

5:20pm to 6:20pm:  Sam Buell (Duke Law), The Impossibility of Corporate Retribution

Commenter:  James Nelson

 

Friday, November 8, 2019

8:30am:  Conference convenes in Duke Law School Room 3000.  Continental breakfast served.

9:00am to 10:00am:  Mihailis Diamantis (Iowa Law), Corporate Corpus:  The Employees, Systems, and Algorithms Behind Corporate Crime

Commenters:  Miriam Baer and Greg Mitchell

10:00am-11:00am:  Brandon Garrett (Duke Law) & Greg Mitchell (UVA Law), Testing Compliance

Commenter:  Veronica Root

11:00am-11:15am:  Break

11:15am-12:15pm:  Veronica Root (Notre Dame Law), Unwilling Enforcers

Commenter:  Urska Velikonja

12:15pm-1:00pm:  Lunch served in Room 3000.

1:00pm-2:00pm:  Rachel Barkow (NYU Law), Assessing Compliance and Culpability in Corporate Cases and Beyond

Commenter:  Sara Beale

2:00pm to 2:15pm:  Break

2:15pm to 3:15pm:  Urska Velikonja (Georgetown Law), TBD

Commenter:  Gina-Gail Fletcher

 

Symposium – Corporate Crime 20 Years After the Creation of Justice Department Prosecution Policy

Corporate Crime 20 Years After the Creation of Justice Department Prosecution Policy

A conference hosted by Law & Contemporary Problems and Duke Law School

Duke Law School, Durham, NC

November 7-8, 2019

 

Thursday, November 7, 2019

3:00pm:  Conference convenes in Duke Law School Room 4042.

3:00pm to 3:05pm:  Welcoming remarks and introduction

3:05pm to 4:05pm:  Miriam Baer (Brooklyn Law), Three Conceptions of Corporate Crime (and One Suggestion for Reform)

Commenter:  Rachel Barkow

4:05pm to 5:05pm:   James Nelson (Houston Law), Some Realism about Corporate Crime

Commenter:  Mihailis Diamantis

5:05pm to 5:20pm:  Break

5:20pm to 6:20pm:  Sam Buell (Duke Law), The Impossibility of Corporate Retribution

Commenter:  James Nelson

 

Friday, November 8, 2019

8:30am:  Conference convenes in Duke Law School Room 3000.  Continental breakfast served.

9:00am to 10:00am:  Mihailis Diamantis (Iowa Law), Corporate Corpus:  The Employees, Systems, and Algorithms Behind Corporate Crime

Commenters:  Miriam Baer and Greg Mitchell

10:00am-11:00am:  Brandon Garrett (Duke Law) & Greg Mitchell (UVA Law), Testing Compliance

Commenter:  Veronica Root

11:00am-11:15am:  Break

11:15am-12:15pm:  Veronica Root (Notre Dame Law), Unwilling Enforcers

Commenter:  Urska Velikonja

12:15pm-1:00pm:  Lunch served in Room 3000.

1:00pm-2:00pm:  Rachel Barkow (NYU Law), Assessing Compliance and Culpability in Corporate Cases and Beyond

Commenter:  Sara Beale

2:00pm to 2:15pm:  Break

2:15pm to 3:15pm:  Urska Velikonja (Georgetown Law), TBD

Commenter:  Gina-Gail Fletcher