Students of Harvard Law School, I am loath to be the bearer of bad news since you have so little experience with bad news. But somebody should tell you.
Those of you who aspire to become prosecutors need to know that you cannot hope to ever become good prosecutors without overcoming great obstacles. These obstacles will be unfamiliar to you. You have had too many advantages in your life.
And let me emphasize up front, that I’m not blaming you, for these circumstances are beyond your control. Rather, I blame rather the social milieu in which you were raised. Most of you, at any rate. Continue reading “Corporate Prosecutors and Their Invisible Chains”