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Florida’s Stetson University College of Law is teaming up with the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers to launch a series of “boot camp” programs for lawyers called the White Collar Criminal Defense College. The program, which will be the first of its kind, according to Stetson, will focus on advocacy and other skills during multi-day sessions at the Gulfport, Fla., campus. Organizers said the sessions likely will cover corporate investigations, representation of top management and other employees, and grand jury investigations focusing on corporate documents. It will also cover the handling of parallel proceedings including investigations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Internal Revenue Service. The sessions will begin in Spring 2012. Stetson’s law school is known for having one of the top trial advocacy programs in the country. “The marriage of the leading advocacy school in the country with the nation’s leading criminal defense organization is a unique way to ensure that attorneys have the opportunity to enhance their white-collar advocacy skills and also increase their knowledge of substantive white-collar laws,” said Stetson professor Ellen Podgor, who will chair the program. In addition to teaching white-collar crime, criminal law and international criminal law at Stetson, Podgor writes the popular “White Collar Crime Prof” blog. Joining her on the advisory board of the White Collar Defense College are former Deputy U.S. Attorney General and PepsiCo. General Counsel Larry Thompson and association CLE chairman William Gallagher. “This partnership with Stetson is a natural extension of NACDL’s educational programs for attorneys from all practice settings who are looking for top-notch legal training from the nation’s pre-eminent criminal defense lawyers,” said association Executive Director Norman Reimer.

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