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.
What does ACLR stand for?
ACLR stands for American Criminal Law Review (Georgetown University Law Center publication)
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We have 12 other meanings of ACLR in our Acronym Attic
- Arts Council of Livingston Parish (Denham Springs, LA)
- Advisory Council for Library Planning and Development (Connecticut)
- Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest
- Advisory Committee on Lead Poisoning Prevention (Center for Disease Control, Minnesota)
- Alameda County Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (California)
- Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists
- Access Control, Logging, and Reporting
- Adjacent Channel Leakage Power Ratio
- Amateur Cross Link Repeater
- American Center for Legislative Reform
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
- Armored Core Last Raven (video game)
- Athlétic Club La Roche
- Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (1900-1967)
- Automated Circuit Layout Record
- Automated Circuit Layout Record/Circuit Line Card
- Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Australian Catholic Leaders of Religious Institutes
- Australian Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes
- Australian Cannabis Law Reform Movement
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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.
Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The Heritage Foundation, and the American Criminal Law Review to invite experts from academia, business, government, and legal practice to a symposium at the Georgetown University Law Center to explore the ramifications of the federal campaign against white collar crime.
The excellent essays and the ideas they propose in this issue of the American Criminal Law Review should be reviewed, analyzed, and debated by experts on white-collar criminal law--and anyone else who is interested in the state of criminal law in America today.
in 1989 from Georgetown University Law Center, where he also was an Associate Editor of the American Criminal Law Review.
The American Criminal Law Review endeavours to publish scholarship that is novel and interesting, that takes a stance on an issue, and that varies in its scope and coverage.