This trial advocacy problem provides a practical application for an experiential learning of white collar criminal advocacy. It offers a real-world setting, allowing students to study the handling of a white collar case from the initial meeting with the client through sentencing. Along the way, students are asked to deal with a company search, grand jury investigation, joint defense agreement, and all aspects of the pre-trial and trial process. As law schools move to teaching increased experiential learning, this advocacy problem offers a rich example for studying the intersection of corporate and criminal law.
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