By Rick Mendenhall
Although domestic news is abuzz with New Jersey Senator Menendez’s pending corruption charges, the legal community is looking abroad this month toward combatting international corruption through legal frameworks.
Please join George Washington University Law School this March 25th when they host a conference on institutional responses to international corruption. Speakers include lawyers from the World Bank, professors and senior officials from the Departments of Commerce and State.
For those interested in international safeguards against corruption, Professor Susan Aaronson, one of the conference’s speakers, explains here how the WTO fosters anti-corruption governance in developing countries.