Annual Survey of White Collar Crime
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The Annual Survey of White Collar Crime is an issue put forth each year by the American Criminal Law Review. It can be purchased alone, but it is also part of a full-year subscription to the American Criminal Law Review. You can order directly from our office by selecting the appropriate option from the drop-down menu by American Criminal Law Review on our Subscription Order Form.
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The Editor-in-Chief of this issue, Chris Chamberlain, provides an overview of the contents in his Editor's Note:
With this edition, the American Criminal Law Review proudly continues its in-depth annual coverage of the constantly evolving field of white collar crime. The Annual Survey features twenty topical articles addressing a wide range of white collar crimes. Each article provides general information on the statutory or common law development of each substantive area and outlines the basic elements of the central offenses and defenses in each area. The articles are extensively footnoted with both primary and secondary resources to provide convenient points of entry for further, targeted research.
In addition to the Survey’s core set of subject articles, we are proud to also feature an original article by practitioners Jason Weinstein, Willaim Drake, and Nicholas Silverman, of the law firm Steptoe & Johnson, LLP. Their article provides a timely examination of the impact on American criminal procedure— particularly in the white-collar arena—of NSA contractor Edward Snowden’s controversial revelations of U.S. intelligence agencies’ mass collection of digital information.