The World Bank's efforts to combat corruption are in a continual state of evolution, particularly as theory and strategy meet the practical realities of cases. This program will review the latest stage of the World Bank's work in the field, and examine how the Bank's theories and strategy are developing. The jurisprudence of the Bank's Sanctions Board, the work of the Bank's investigative unit (INT) and larger organizational and inter-organizational issues, such as cross-debarment, will be examined.
This brown bag luncheon program is sponsored by the International Investment and Finance Committee of the International Law Section.
D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street, NW, Conference Center
Washington DC 20005
- Sections Office 202-626-3463
- Frank Fariello, Lead Counsel, Opreations Policy, World Bank
- Steven Shaw, Senior of Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP
- Jessica Tillipman, Professorial Lecturer in Law, The George Washington University Law School
- Christopher Yukins, Professor of Government Contracts Law, Co-Director, Government Procurement Law Program, The George Washington University Law School
- Hernando Otero, 1492 Americas (Moderator)
- CLE Credit
Government and Non-Profit Employees $10.00
International Law Section $10.00
Non-Section Members $15.00