|Office:||Alter Hall 414|
|Research Interests:||White Collar Crime, Law & Human Behavior, Ethical Judgment & Decision-Making|
Dr. Jeffrey R. Boles joins the Fox School from the prestigious international law firm Dechert LLP, where he served as a white collar and securities litigation associate. He has worked there since 2006. Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Boles had a judicial externship with U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken, and an internship with the San Francisco Office of the Public Defender.
Dr. Boles has been an adjunct faculty member for the Temple University Honors Program, where he taught criminal behavior and moral, social and cultural psychology to undergraduate students. Dr. Boles is an excellent teacher and was recently named Temple’s Honors Professor of the Year.
Dr. Boles earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English from Temple, a master’s and PhD in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley and his Juris Doctor degree from the UC Berkeley School of Law. From 2001 to 2002, Dr. Boles was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of British Columbia, where he researched legal and moral reasoning, and cognition and culture.
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Anti-Money Laundering Initiatives for the South African Real Estate Market, 1 Journal of Comparative Urban Law & Policy 197 (2017).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Million Dollar Ghost Buildings: Dirty Money Flowing through Luxury Real Estate Markets, 45 Real Estate Law Journal 476 (2017).
- Omar Martinez, Jeffrey R. Boles, Miguel Munoz-Laboy, Ethan C. Levine, Chukwuemeka Ayamele, Rebecca Eisenberg, Justin Manusov, and Jeffrey Draine, Bridging Health Disparity Gaps through the Use of Medical Legal Partnerships in Patient Care: A Systematic Review, 45 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 260 (2017).
- Leora F. Eisenstadt & Jeffrey R. Boles, Intent and Liability in Employment Discrimination, 53 American Business Law Journal 607 (2016).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, The Dilemma of FCPA Self-Reporting, 67 Florida Law Review Forum 214 (2016).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Financial Sector Executives as Targets for Money Laundering Liability, 52 American Business Law Journal 365 (2015).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Criminalizing the Problem of Unexplained Wealth, 17 New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 835 (2015).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, The Two Faces of Bribery: International Corruption Pathways Meet Conflicting Legislative Responses, 35 Michigan Journal of International Law 673 (2014).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Examining the Lax Treatment of Commercial Bribery in the United States: A Prescription for Reform, 51 American Business Law Journal 119 (2014).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Documenting Death: Public Access to Government Death Records and Attendant Privacy Concerns, 22 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy237 (2012).
- Jeffrey R. Boles, Easing the Tension between Statutes of Limitations and the Continuing Offense Doctrine, 12 Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy219 (2012).
- Corporate Actor Liability in the Money Laundering Realm
- Moral Decision-making in the Context of Whistleblower Activity
- Corporate Governance, Bribery, and Reputational Penalties: Empirical Evidence
- Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation, Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award Recipient, 2016
- Best Paper Award, Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Conference, 2016
- Temple University Fox School of Business Dean’s Research Honor Roll Award Recipient, 2015
- Temple University Fox School of Business Departmental Teaching Award Recipient, 2012-2013.
- Peer Envy: Measurement and Impact on Retirement Investment Decisions (with Co-PI), Inter-Disciplinary Forum for Young Scholars, Temple University, $2,500.00 (December 2011).
- Neural Investigation of Group Decision-making Processes (with Co-PI), Inter-Disciplinary Forum for Young Scholars, Temple University, $3,000.00 (December 2011).
- Temple University Honors Professor of the Year Award Recipient, 2009-2010.
- U.C. Berkeley Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award Recipient, 2005-2006.
- University of British Columbia. Fulbright Scholar, 2001-2002. Research: Legal and Moral Reasoning; Cognition and Culture.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Legal Environment of Business (Honors and Non-Honors Sections)
- Law & American Society (Honors)
- Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and the Law (Honors)
- Moral Psychology (Honors)
- Criminal Behavior (Honors)
- Social & Cultural Psychology (Honors)
- Dechert LLP, White Collar & Securities Litigation Associate. September 2006 – June 2011
- Bar of Pennsylvania, 2006. Admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
- University of California, Berkeley. J.D., 2006.
- Hon. Claudia Wilken, U.S. District Court, N.D. Cal., Oakland, CA. Summer 2004 Judicial Extern.
- Office of the Public Defender, San Francisco, CA. Summer 2003 Legal Intern.
- Hornaday Center for the Study of Peace and Well-Being, Berkeley, CA. Summer 2002 Research Fellow.
- Gender and the Law Prof Blog, Broadening Intent to Include Implicit Bias and Structural Discrimination in Employment, April 20, 2016, http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/gender_law/2016/04/leora-f-eisenstadt-temple-b-school-jeffrey-r-boles-temple-dept-legal-studies-in-busintent-and-liability-in-employme.html.
- Workplace Prof Blog, Eisenstadt and Boles on Intent & Liability, March 29, 2016, http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/laborprof_blog/2016/03/-eisenstadt-and-boles-on-intent-liability.html.
- The Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, Financial Sector Executives as Targets for Money Laundering Liability, October 5, 2015, http://clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu/2015/10/05/financial-sector-executives-as-targets-for-money-laundering-liability/.
- Interviewee for KUNC 91.5 Community Radio for Northern Colorado (part of the NPR Digital Network) Morning Edition Program, May 14, 2014 segment on health research
- Interview comments featured in “Health Research Restricted by Colorado’s Records Laws” news article