Benjamin Hallman covers business and finance for the Center. He joined in June 2010 after nearly five years as a legal affairs reporter at The American Lawyer, where he covered the business of law, white collar crime, and regulatory Washington. Hallman has reported on the accounting fraud prosecutions of HealthSouth’s Richard Scrushy and Qwest’s Joesph Nacchio; on the massive Google book search settlement; and, from Iraq, on American-led efforts to rebuild the Iraqi justice system. His story about the crash of Lehman Brothers was anthologized in The Best American Legal Writing (2009). He also previously worked as a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Hallman received a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri in 2004. Follow him on Twitter @Ben_Hallman.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Benjamin Hallman