Speaking Engagement

Pace Law Symposium: Public Corruption Prosecution After McDonnell and Beyond

09 Mar 2018

Elisabeth Haub School of Law
New York State Judicial Institute
78 North Broadway
White Plains, NY

“Pace Law Symposium: Public Corruption Prosecution After McDonnell and Beyond” featured current and former prosecutors and defense attorneys, members of the judiciary and media, along with academics to explore current legal issues of public corruption and the challenges of prosecution of corruption cases. Morrison & Foerster’s Carrie H. Cohen served as a panelist on the “Special Problems for Prosecutors in Public Corruption Prosecutions” session.




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