Operation Varsity Blues and the Need for Internal Controls in Academic Institutions (podcast) – Criminal Law
United States: Operation Varsity Blues and the Need for Internal Controls in Academic Institutions (podcast)
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As the infamous college admissions scandal unfolded, it became clear that in addition to the illegal activities of the defendants – which included the director of an admissions consulting firm, coaches and staff at some universities, and the parents of the college applicants – the case revealed a potential problem. areas for academic institutions related to their compliance protocols, internal controls, and overall oversight of the admissions process.
“Operation Varsity Blues” was administered by the Massachusetts District Attorney’s Office under the direction of then-United States Attorney Andrew Lelling. Now Investigations & White Collar Partner based in Jones Day’s Boston office, Mr. Lelling shares his views on what made the Operation Varsity Blues investigation so successful and impactful and explains the lessons and insights that universities, colleges and other organizations should take this into account. to react to this scandal and to prepare to avoid the next one.
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