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The American Criminal Law Review is proud to continue the tradition of providing the premier up-to-date reference material on the constantly evolving law of white collar crime.
His published pieces have appeared in, among other publications, Georgetown's American Criminal Law Review Survey of Federal Prosecutions, White Collar Law Defense Strategies, and the White Collar Crime Reporter.
Ramirez, Jennifer Hoopes, and Tara Lai Quinlan, "Defining Racial Profiling in a Post-September 11 World," The American Criminal Law Review 40 (Summer 2003): 1195.
Graff is a graduate of Brown University, and a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served on the editorial board of the American Criminal Law Review.
This symposium publication of the American Criminal Law Review ("ACLR") marks the journal's fiftieth anniversary, and there is much to celebrate.
Peter is a graduate of Georgetown University Law School, where he was Associate Editor of the American Criminal Law Review.
Every year, the American Criminal Law Review is proud to continue to provide the legal community with the premier reference on the law of white collar crime.
in 1989 from Georgetown University Law Center, where he also was an Associate Editor of the American Criminal Law Review.