This graduate-level course examines the legal topics of due-diligence, voluntary (self) and directed disclosures as prescribed by the U.S. Government’s International Traffic in Arms Regulations or Export Administration Regulations and other regulations. This course seeks to provide counsel a basis to determine its own disciplined and unique methods for assessing violations of regulations, determining voluntary disclosure responses, preparing for investigative audits, and making directed disclosures. As a capstone effort for this course, students design a position paper using the concepts from this course.
Prerequisites: Graduate program acceptance
Credits: 4.0 credit hours