White Collar and Corporate Crime

27 May 2014

White Collar and Corporate Crime
White Collar and Corporate Crime

This new second semester intensive examines the research and critical debate on white collar and corporate crime.

While Collar and Corporate Crime will introduce students to the historical and conceptual controversies on the status of white collar and corporate crime as objects of criminological knowledge.

Different traditions of research and theorising in the area will then be examined, along with their implications for legal regulation and punishment.

The unit of study will be taught by Professor Russell Hogg, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology.


Semester 2 Intensive
26, 27 September & 17, 18 October 2014


  1. 6,000 Word Essay (70 percent)
  2. Take-Home Exam (30 percent)

Applicable degrees
If you successfully complete this subject and the assessments above, you can count it as credit toward the following degrees

  1. Master of Laws
  2. Master of Global Law
  3. Master of Business Law
  4. Master of Criminology
  5. Graduate Diploma in Law
  6. Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law
  7. Graduate Diploma in Criminology

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
You can enrol in this subject on a CPD basis. Seminars, courses and units of study offered under Sydney Law School's CPD program meet the necessary requirements of the Law Society of New South Wales, the New South Wales Bar Association and any other relevant professional organisation for their individual members. Please visit Professional Plus+ for more details.

Single Unit Study Discount
You can attend classes for this single subject and still earn continuing professional development or mandatory continuing legal education points without undertaking theassessments.

Single Unit Study (Without Assessment)

Single Unit Study (With Assessment)

How to register and apply
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Degree study
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You can also contact our postgraduate team:
T +61 2 9351 0351

Contact: Greg Sherington

Phone: +61 2 9351 0202

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