Holloran Center

for Ethical Leadership in the Professions

Going Undercover as an Attorney: Inside Operation Greylord

This dynamic event featured Terry Hake, who as a young attorney served three and a half years in an undercover capacity in Cook County, Illinois in the early 1980s in one of the largest federal investigations of judicial and other public corruption in our nation's history. In posing as a corrupt state's attorney taking payoffs and then as a corrupt defense attorney paying bribes, Hake's undercover efforts led to federal indictments and convictions of judges, attorneys, court and law enforcement personnel. His is a remarkabole story of dedication, sacrifice, and courage. Ethics CLE credits received.

Date/Time

Sunday, January 6, 2008
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location

University of St. Thomas

School of Law

1000 LaSalle Ave

MSL 404

Minneapolis, MN 55403


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This dynamic event featured Terry Hake, who as a young attorney served three and a half years in an undercover capacity in Cook County, Illinois in the early 1980s in one of the largest federal investigations of judicial and other public corruption in our nation's history. In posing as a corrupt state's attorney taking payoffs and then as a corrupt defense attorney paying bribes, Hake's undercover efforts led to federal indictments and convictions of judges, attorneys, court and law enforcement personnel. His is a remarkabole story of dedication, sacrifice, and courage. Ethics CLE credits received.