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Meets 6/16-20 9-11:30AM
There are additional Certificate students signed up for this course but their numbers are not reflected here.
The course is for one academic credit or a Certificate of Completion. Please let the professor know if you are seeking CLE credit as it may be available. This course will provide students with a detailed description of the transnational anti-corruption legal framework, focusing on the history and application of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, parallel transnational anti-corruption laws and private sector compliance and integrity practices. Guest speakers from the U.S. government and an international investigations firm will bring first-hand experience to the discussions.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Course materials are varied, drawing on legal agreements, cases, policy papers and other widely consulted reference materials. Required reading for each class is specified and is available online or as a handout. Where links are problematic, search using the document title. Please contact the professor should you encounter difficulty accessing documents.
First Class Readings
See Syllabus for required and recommended readings.
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):