US Anti-Corruption Legal Framework (LAW-865-E002)
Nancy Boswell, Jonathan Rusch
All summer 2020 classes will be taught online. Classes may have a combination of live sessions and asynchronous materials/assignments. The block of time listed here will be the maximum amount of live session meeting time expected of you and may be decreased to the extent of asynchronous material added.
This course explores key U.S. constitutional provisions, laws, regulations and institutions – as well as voluntary norms and practices -- intended to foster transparency and integrity and to prevent and sanction corruption in the public sector. It will analyze U.S. criminal laws, including on bribery and money laundering; preventive measures to promote transparency and accountability, such as ethics standards, access to information and whistleblower protection; the role of the courts; and, relatively problematic areas, such as conflicts of interest and political finance.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
Not available at this time.