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Announcing the ASIL Anti-Corruption Interest Group

The American Society of International Law (here) is an organization of roughly  4000 practitioners and academics from over 100 countries. 

Jeremy Maltby at O'Melveny and Myers and I have organized an interest group devoted to the study of international anti-corruption law. We'll sponsor panels and workshops, maintain a list serve, and correspond with the media, in the hopes of elevating the quality of anti-corruption law discussion.

Our first gathering, an informal meet-and-greet, will occur this week as part of ASIL's annual meeting. The conference is taking place in Washington, D.C. at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel, and our group is meeting Friday from 12:30 to 2:00 in room 17.

If you would like to join our interest group, kindly do three things:

1.  If you are not already an ASIL member, please join here.

2.  Join our interest group by sending a brief email to

3.  Please send me an email at introducing yourself, and I'll get you on our list serve.

Thanks, and I'll hope to meet as many of you as possible on Friday!


Andy Spalding is a senior editor of the FCPA Blog.

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