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Leading the way in the study of white-collar crime
The New York Times’ “DealBook” counts Professor Sara Sun Beale among several women who are leaders in research and scholarship pertaining to white-collar crime. Beale, the Charles L.B. Lowndes Professor of Law, has written extensively on federal criminal law and federal grand jury practice and serves as the reporter for the committee that updates the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.
ABOUT Sara Sun Beale
Sara Sun Beale teaches courses in criminal law, criminal justice policy and federal criminal law. Her interests include the federal government's role in the criminal justice system, the laws defining federal crimes, and public attitudes toward crime and their impact on policy.