Develop relationships with academic institutions and learning centers (including for this year with Harvard Law School, William S. Richardson School of Law- University of Hawaii, University of Cambridge, University of Toronto);
Pursue collaborations and joint initiatives with international organizations, multilateral institutions and with the International Society for Reform of Criminal Law on issues relating to international criminal justice reform;
Expand and strengthen committee membership and promote active participation and initiatives on Committee and Section matters;
Formulate long term future strategy for the International Committee.
News & Announcements
The International Committeehas launched its first Newsletter (Spring 2014).
The Southeastern White Collar Crime Institute will be a two-day program featuring expert panelists and speakers who deal with significant issues such as the effective use of criminal discovery, litigating prosecutorial conduct, FCPA and international bribery Act, Supreme Court updates and other developments ...