Classroom Insiders with Karen Woody

Join Karen Woody and her Insider Trading Seminar students from Washington and Lee University as they explore the arc and evolution of insider trading over the last century. Each episode will feature a discussion between Karen Woody and a student about insider trading and regulation. Find out what the future lawyers of the university think about past and current legislation, and learn more about this fascinating area of law.

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1
Dirks v. SEC: The Gradual Evolution of the Disc...
In this episode of Classroom Insiders, Colin discusses how Justice Powell’s background translated into his understanding of the law and how this affected Dirks v. SEC.
37 min
2
Narrowing the Scope of Disclose or Abstain Rule...
In this episode of Classroom Insiders, Staats Smith talks about the pivotal case of Dirks v. SEC.
27 min
3
Challenging the Disclose or Abstain Rule: Insid...
In this episode of Classroom Insiders, Tianjiao Lyu and Karen Woody talk about insider trading between the 1960s and the 1980s.
29 min
4
Once Upon a Trading Law: The History of Insider...
In this pilot episode of Classroom Insiders, Karen interviews Ben Richie, Student Honors Intern in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
24 min
5
Introducing the Classroom Insiders Podcast.
Join Karen Woody and her Insider Trading Seminar students from Washington and Lee university as they explore the arc and evolution of insider trading over the last century
1 min