"How a Lawyer and a CEO Became Felons"

Two Inside Stories of White Collar Crime:
A Talk with Former Prosecutors and Offenders

This unique presentation exhibits the intersection of law practice, business practice, and ethics. Hank Shea, an HLS alumnus who for 20 years was a federal prosecutor in Minnesota, is a Senior Distinguished Fellow at the University of St. Thomas School of Law's Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions. For the past several years, he has worked with more than a dozen white collar felons, most of whom he prosecuted, in discussing the difficult issues of ethics and business and exploring of the causes for their misconduct -- including greed and ego. 

Tuesday, October 14
5pm - 7pm
Austin North (note this recent room change)

Speakers

Hank Shea '81, former Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Minnesota; Senior Distinguished Fellow at the University of St. Thomas School of Law
Richard Juliano, felon and disbarred attorney, former Deputy Chief of Staff for former Governor George Ryan of Illinois
David Logan, felon, former CEO of Global Ventures, Inc

Moderator

Alex Whiting, HLS Assistant Clinical Professor of Law; Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Massachusetts; former Senior Trial Attorney, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

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