Transnational Corruption

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Fall 2014 Seminar
Meets: Th 3:00pm - 5:00pm in WCC Room 3008
2 classroom credits

This course will explore the emergence of the global anti-corruption movement and will provide students with: a brief overview of the trends in the burgeoning field of anti-corruption enforcement including various global norms on the subject; the work of select regulatory and enforcement authorities and international and multilateral institutions; and the day-to-day lawyering skills required of practitioners. Through readings, lectures, case studies, class discussions, and potential guest speakers, the course aims to introduce students to significant substantive and practical issues in international anti-corruption work and the fundamentals required for a future career in this exciting field.

Subject Areas: International, Comparative & Foreign Law .