U.S. & International Anti-Corruption Law Summer Program 

Corruption’s pernicious impact on government accountability, business integrity, effective economic development, and national security has led to a burgeoning global demand from the public, private, and non-profit sectors for skilled practitioners. Equip yourself to meet this demand! Deepen your expertise and expand your network!

The U.S. and International Anti-Corruption Law Program provides a unique peer-to-peer learning experience for government officials and private practitioners seeking to enhance their expertise. Leading expert lecturers, including present and former U.S. and foreign government prosecutors, investigators for international organizations, and law firm and corporate counsel, bring their experience into the classroom. Read More

Message from Director Nancy Boswell '87

 
Nancy Boswell
Nancy Boswell, Director

Mounting allegations of corruption, violations of well-established ethical norms and the weakening of accountability mechanisms in the U.S. and many other parts of the world underscore the critical need for legal professionals knowledgeable about anti-corruption laws, cases, codes of conduct, compliance training, and risk management tools.

The U.S. and International Anti-Corruption Law Summer Program provides this information in small classroom settings, with leading practitioners sharing first-hand experience and fostering deeper understanding.

As former president & CEO of Transparency International-USA and as a citizen concerned about integrity in the public and private sectors, I can attest to the tremendous value of this program. Whether you are or are currently seeking to be a government official responsible for accountability, a compliance lawyer advising companies operating in foreign markets, a development practitioner, contractor, NGO or academic, you will benefit from the in-depth expert training.

Please join us!

Explore our Program

The Program provides a peer-to-peer learning experience for government officials and private and non-profit practitioners through interaction with experts, including present and former U.S. and foreign government prosecutors, investigators from international organizations and law firm and corporate counsel who bring their experience into the classroom. Site visits and prominent guest speakers provide opportunities to deepen expertise and expand networks.