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A 360 View of White Collar Crimes from Start to Finish - From Investigators, Prosecutors, Practitioners & Judges

Friday, April 17

8:15 am - 4:45 pm EST

This CLE program addresses a broad array of topics relating to complex white-collar criminal law, from an equally wide variety of perspectives - including investigators, prosecutors, defense practitioners, and judges. This unique program also covers the full life-cycle of such cases, including:

  • The ground rules and tips for the early investigative phase
  • The risks posed by parallel proceedings
  • The importance of timely and accurate internal investigations
  • The role of corporate compliance in reducing risks and influencing prosecutorial discretion
  • The advocacy opportunities in pre-trial motions, trials, and sentencing hearings

In short, this program provides invaluable and practical training for lawyers who practice in civil, criminal, corporate, and regulatory compliance settings.

Planned by: North Carolina Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section


  • “Under Every Rock”: Federal Investigative Panel 
  • Views From the Federal Bench 
  • Keynote Address: “Prosecutorial Priorities” - US Attorney Panel
  • Civil or Criminal . . . or Both? Sailing Through Parallel Proceedings
  • How Sturdy Is Your Shield? Effective Compliance Programs 
  • Is It Over Yet? White Collar Sentencing Trends & How Best to Prepare 
  • Information is Power | Internal Investigations

CLE Credit

Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 7.00
Criminal Law Specialization: 7.00


Grandover Resort & Conference Center

1000 Club Rd

Greensboro, NC 27407