2020 Course Schedule and Descriptions

  • Certificate/CLE students may take 1 OR 2 courses.    
  • JD and LL.M. students may earn a maximum of 2 academic credits and are subject to ABA Standard 310 requiring 30 hours outside work in addition to classroom time for each course. 

US & International Anti-Bribery Law & Compliance Practice (LAW-866). 

June 1-5, 2020: 9:00AM-11:30AM, Monday-Friday (1 academic credit)
CLE: Total 60-minute hours: 12 (substantive law) | Total 50-minute hours: 14 (substantive law). For details, please visit the Application page. 

FCPA prosecutors and private practitioners discuss the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act, and other foreign bribery laws, the latest cases and enforcement trends and settlements. Students engage in discussions of implementation of private sector compliance and integrity best practices, internal controls, training, due diligence, and investigations techniques.


Drago Kos, Chair, OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions,  member IACAB and NAKO, Ukraine, former Chair,  MEC, Afghanistan and Chair, GRECO.   
James Koukios, Morrison & Foerster, former Senior Deputy Chief, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, Department of Justice
Corinne Lammers, Paul Hastings, Washington DC
Jeremy Zucker, Dechert LLP  


June 8-12, 2020: 9:00AM-11:30AM Monday-Friday (1 academic credit)CLE: Total 60-minute hours: 12 (substantive law) | Total 50-minute hours: 14 (substantive law). For details, please visit the Application page.

U.S. legal experts analyze constitutional provisions, customary norms, criminal anti corruption laws, including bribery, fraud, honest services and money laundering, and their enforcement as well as preventive measures, such as access to information, conflicts of interest, asset disclosure, political finance, whistleblower protection, asset recovery, and key U.S. accountability and oversight agencies and the courts.

Special Guest lecturers

John Dupuy, Deputy Inspector General for Investigations, US Department of Energy
Daniel Weiner, Brennan Center for Justice