Samuel W. Buell


  • Why Do Prosecutors Say Anything? The Case of Corporate Crime, North Carolina Law Review (forthcoming)
  • Criminally Bad Management, in Research Handbook on Corporate Crime and Financial Misdealing (Jennifer H. Arlen, forthcoming)
  • The Political and Professional Economies of U.S. Global Criminal Enforcement, in Oxford Handbook of International Governance and Market Regulation (E. Brousseau & J. Sgärd eds. , forthcoming)
  • The Responsibility Gap in Corporate Crime, Criminal Law & Philosophy (forthcoming)

Articles and Essays

Issues Edited

Newspaper Articles and Commentary

  • Insider Trading Money Shouldn't Be 'Finders, Keepers', Hill (October 18, 2016)
  • Prosecuting Wells Fargo Executives Won't Solve Anything, Slate (September 16, 2016)
  • What's In a Word, Your Honor? Defining Fraud is as Tricky as Prosecuting It., Duke Magazine (August 08, 2016)
  • It's Easy to Hate White Collar Criminals, But It's Surprisingly Hard to Sentence Them, Quartz (July 02, 2016)
  • Insider Trading Law in Deeper Waters, CLS Blue Sky Blog (January 10, 2015)
  • For Deferred Prosecution to Work, Government's Threat Must Be Credible, New York Times (November 11, 2014)