Law School hosts annual Robinson O. Everett White Collar Crime Seminar

March 26, 2007Duke Law News

Robinson O. Everett White Collar Crime Seminar
Friday, March 30, 2007
1:15 p.m., Room 3043

Recent developments in white collar crime will be discussed at the third annual Robinson O. Everett White Collar Crime Seminar on March 30. The half-day event, sponsored by the law firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, gets underway at 1:15 p.m. in room 3043 of Duke Law School located at the corner of Towerview Road and Science Drive on Duke’s West Campus. Parking is available at the Bryan Center.

Four hours of CLE credit are available to members of the North Carolina Bar.

The seminar will include three sessions:



  • The Honorable Carl Horn III, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Western District of North Carolina, will speak on recent developments in white collar crime;



  • a panel discussion involving Nelson Mullin attorneys as well as Josh Howard, Deputy Criminal Chief of Economic Crime in the Eastern District of North Carolina will focus on legal and ethical issues facing attorneys who represent the corporate client;



  • and a roundtable discussion entitled “Lessons We Have Learned,” moderated by Professor Robinson O. Everett, will feature Senior Warden Arthur Beeler Jr. of the Butner, N.C., Federal Correctional Complex and two individuals who served sentences there for white collar crimes.




For more information or to register, please contact Doris Kelly at (919) 613-8545 or dkelly@law.duke.edu.
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