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.
You can also purchase hard or soft copies of individual articles or the full issue through our print-on-demand site.
The Editor-in-Chief of this issue, Julia Chapman, provides an overview of the contents in her Editor's Note:
The Annual Survey features twenty main articles, which provide readers with current and relevant information on twenty types of federal white collar crime. Each article explains the elements of the given offense, commonly invoked defenses, and the appropriate sentencing guidelines. The articles contain extensive footnotes referencing both primary and secondary source material in order to assist readers with research tasks.
Every year, the Annual Survey also features one original article. [In 2013], we are proud to feature a piece by New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. titled The Conscience and Culture of a Prosecutor. D.A. Vance's article offers a unique first-person perspective on the complicated and impactful decisions prosecutors make every day in an office that sees a diverse array of white collar criminal investigations and prosecutions.