Friday, March 2, 2007
This week the CrimProf Blog spotlights Washington University in St. Louis CrimProf Kathleen Brickey.
Kathleen Brickey, a criminal law specialist, is the author of three books and more than two dozen articles and chapters published in scholarly journals and books. Her three-volume treatise, "Corporate Criminal Liability," and her casebook, "Corporate and White Collar Crime," are leading works in the field.
The corporate fraud scandals are the focus of her most recent articles: "From Enron to WorldCom and Beyond: Life and Crime After Sarbanes-Oxley," 81Wash. U.L.Q. 357 (2003); "Andersen’s Fall From Grace," 81 Wash. U.L.Q. 917 (2004); "Enron’s Legacy," 8 Buff. Crim. L. Rev. 221 (2004); and "Mostly Martha," 43 Washburn L.J. 517 (2005) (forthcoming).
She is a member of the American Law Institute and the Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, and has served as Chair of the Association of American Law Schools Criminal Justice Section and as a consultant to the United States Sentencing Commission.
In 1991, she received the Washington University Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award and the John C. Vance Award for the best paper in the field of transportation law, awarded by a research arm of the National Academy of Sciences. She was named an Israel Treiman Faculty Fellow for the 2000-2001 and 2002-2003 academic years. [Mark Godsey]