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Entries in George Washington University Law School (9)


Event: Targeting Kleptocrats and their Assets (DC - April 3)

The George Washington University Law School is hosting a one-day conference called Combating Impunity: Targeting Kleptocrats and their Assets.

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GW Law Colloquium: The Fight Against Corruption....A Report from Brazil

Brazil has been rocked by a series of scandals stemming from corruption in procurement, from Petrobras to the World Cup.

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GW Law conference announcement: Are current anti-corruption instruments effective?

On March 25, 2015, The George Washington University Law School will host its annual anti-corruption conference. The day-long conference is co-sponsored by the Anti-Corruption Committee of the International Bar Association; in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Committee of the American Bar Association.

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Teaching compliance: The law schools (and a JD) weigh in

Yesterday the FCPA Blog's senior editor Jessica Tillipman talked about GW Law's compliance training for JD candidates. She was responding to our post urging law schools to teach compliance. We've also heard from profs at other schools and a recent grad who's now a compliance officer for a well-known international manufacturer.

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GW Law ‘Caught On’ Six Years Ago…

Image courtesy of GW LawYesterday, my FCPA Blog colleague, Dick Cassin, posted Memo to law schools: The world needs compliance officers, in which he implored law schools to train J.D. candidates in compliance. He also noted that while a few schools teach the FCPA and white collar courses, compliance is not taught in law schools.

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Are the OECD and UN Anti-Graft Conventions working?

Miller & Chevalier's Homer Moyer and James Tillen are among the speakers at an upcoming full-day conference called ‘The International Fight Against Corruption:  Are the OECD and UN Conventions Achieving their Objectives?’

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Automatic Cross-Debarment: A Comparative Discussion

As readers of the FCPA Blog know, the U.S. federal government has traditionally cross-debarred contractors across the federal government -- once a contractor is debarred by one agency, that contractor is automatically debarred by all. Similarly, since 2010, the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) have had a cross-debarment agreement in place, providing for the mutual enforcement of debarment decisions with respect to the four harmonized sanctionable practices, i.e. corruption, fraud, coercion, and collusion.

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Anti-Corruption (Back-to-School) Resource List

It's that time of year again. Across the country, law students are thinking about paper topics for seminar courses and journal notes. Like last year, I am posting a list of resources that I provide to students every fall in the Anti-Corruption seminar that I co-teach with my colleague, Professor Chris Yukins.

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Fighting international corruption: what's working, what's not working, and what will work?

On December 4, 2012, The George Washington University Law School and the Anti-Corruption Committee and North American Forum of the International Bar Association (in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Committee of the American Bar Association) will host a day-long conference on the International Fight Against Corruption.  

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