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LAW 730S Legal Regulation of Global Financial Crimes 3.0 Credits

This course covers a broad scope of global financial crimes and their intersection with the US financial system. Students will learn about a variety of types of financial crimes; what laws and regulations come into play; which regulators enforce them; the consequences for individuals and financial institutions who enable such crimes (whether intentionally or otherwise); the latest data breach issues, laws, and regulations (including GLBA, GDPR, and others); and how current events, politics, and technological advances intersect with these criminal enterprises.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Global Financial Regulation

...Time) Fall Credits Spring Credits LAW 730S 3.0 LAW 736S 3.0 LSTU 501S...

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