Jay Shapiro ’77, was a New York City prosecutor for 20 years, specializing in complex investigations, and then was a partner at major law firms handling civil litigation. In 2023, he was a Fulbright US Scholar in Albania, lecturing at the School of Magistrates and the University of Tirana. He’s the author of numerous treatises on criminal practice.

Courses Taught

Course Description

Legal Aspects of Financial Crime
In this course we will explore global efforts used to protect the financial integrity of private businesses and organizations, including regulatory, investigative (by state actors and non-government investigative bodies) and legal aspects of compliance with applicable laws and regulations. We will review corporate governance, US and international investigative and prosecutorial agencies. We will discuss the applicable judicial systems and laws.

Jay Shapiro, ‘77, was a New York City prosecutor for 20 years, specializing in complex investigations, and then was a partner at major law firms handling civil litigation. In 2023, he was a Fulbright US Scholar in Albania, lecturing at the School of Magistrates and the University of Tirana. He’s the author of numerous treatises on criminal practice./

Terms Taught

Spring 2024

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Course Description

Terms Taught

Spring 2024 - MIIS

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Publications

  • New York Suppression Manual LexisNexis Publications (Co-authored with Lewis R. Katz)
  • Criminal Law and Practice New York State Bar Association 
  • Criminal Practice Handbook LexisNexis Publications 
  • Criminal Law Deskbook LexisNexis Publications 
  • Criminal Law Advocacy Reporter LexisNexis Publications 
  • New York Criminal Practice, Selected Chapters LexisNexis Publications 
  • New Developments in New York Evidentiary Law (2009 Edition) West Publications 
  • Moore’s Federal Practice, 3d Ed., Summary Judgment (Matthew Bender) 
  • ”Terrorism, the Constitution, and the Courts,“ New York Law School Journal of Human Rights, Volume 18 (Spring 2002)