Law Course Catalog

7553. Compliance Systems, Case Studies In

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

Compliance is a rapidly growing area of employment for law school graduates. It provides career paths for those interested in human rights and corporate culture and governance, among other areas of law, and serves as the cutting edge of anti-corruption efforts world-wide. This course uses case studies and in-class oral arguments to explore how organizations succeed and fail to be true to the law and their values. With guests from leadership positions in government and the private sector we will explore settings such as cyberbreaches, securities fraud, bribery and money laundering, pharmaceuticals, terrorist financing, worker health and safety, and Title IX in higher education, while also exploring career opportunities in the field.