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International Anti-Corruption Committee

International Anti-Corruption Committee

Welcome to the Anti-Corruption Committee

The Anti-Corruption Committee facilitates efforts to deter corrupt practices and promote transparency across industries, organizations and countries through discussion and examination of the current international anticorruption regimes. The committee acts as a vehicle of constructive change by serving as a clearinghouse of information, through the development of new ideas and initiatives, and through the interaction with individuals and organizations both foreign and domestic and both government and non-government. It promotes dialogue and the exchange of ideas around global anticorruption and anti-bribery laws, regulations and initiatives via its members and in partnering with other organizations and institutions dedicated to promoting transparency, the rule of law, compliance with and the enforcement of anticorruption laws.

We welcome everyone to our Committee and look forward to your participation in the ongoing anticorruption dialogue.

Co-Chairs Roberto Bauza, John Coogan and Corinne Lammers

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Programs, Meetings & Events

Committee Events

Monthly Committee Calls

This Committee generally holds monthly calls the third Thursday of every month at noon EST. Contact Co-chairs for dial-in information.
 
Section Events

    Product Liability Law: The Uncertain Landscape of 3-D Printing

    02/21/2017-02/21/2017

    The event will be held on 02/21/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Section of International Law,Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section,Division for Public Services,Section of Science & Technology Law. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

    Criminal Actions in Commercial Matters in India

    02/21/2017-02/21/2017

    Its not unusual in India for parties to a commercial dispute to initiate criminal actions. In the course of an information-packed 90-minute teleconference, six eminent lawyers from India will answer questions and address specific statutes and areas of law that provide for criminal actions in commercial ...

    Live from L: International Law and the South China Sea

    02/22/2017-02/22/2017

    The Office of the Legal Adviser U.S. Department of State Co-Sponsored: The American Society of International Law and The George Washington University Law School Participate via webcast or in-person at: The George Washington University Law School Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom 2000 H St. NW, ...

Committee Audio Recordings

Click here for MP3 playbacks and full video recordings from our Around the World Series and other recent programs sponsored by the committee.
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Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Bauza, Roberto
Coogan, John
Lammers, Corinne

Vice-Chairs:

Benton, Leslie
Burns, Michael
De Navacelle, Stephane
Fariello, Frank
Garamgaibaatar, Khaliunaa
Greene, Norman
Kahn, Aurelie
Robinson, Vivian
Wirz, Severin

Committee Roster  

Modified by Severin Wirz on February 6, 2017

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