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International Financial Crimes

Course Number: LAW 6936 Credits: 2

This seminar will examine laws, executive orders, International agreements, and judicial decisions impacting upon national as well as transnational illicit money transfers especially within the context of terrorism funding. We will review legislation and treaties pertaining to money laundering from the United Nations, United States, and other selected states. We will devote some time to the programs in the United States, including the USA Patriot Act and judicial responses. We will also follow international governmental regulatory maturity post 9/11. The seminar paper will be a minimum of 25 pages and will satisfy the advanced writing requirement.