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Lecture of professor Nancy Boswell on anti-corruption measures in the USA

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Political Science Department, Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics, Prague in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Prague invite you to a lecture presented by

Nancy Boswell,

Director of the US and International Anti-Corruption Law Certificate Program at American University Washington College of Law (WCL).

How to Strengthen Anti-Corruption Measures and Promote Ethics in Business: US Experience

When? 27 April 2017 (Thursday), 9:15 – 10:45

Where? SB 228 (Old building), University of Economics, Prague, Nám. W. Churchilla 4, Praha 3  Žižkov

The lecture and the following discussion will be held in English with no translation.

Nancy Boswell is an adjunct professor of an upper level seminar and Director of the US and International Anti-Corruption Law Certificate Program at American University Washington College of Law (WCL). Designed for prosecutors, judges, in-house and law firm counsel and other professionals from around the world and taught by leading government and private sector practitioners, the program provides a unique peer-to-peer training and networking opportunity.

She was President and CEO of Transparency International USA, providing leadership from its founding in 1994 until 2011. A former member of the TI Board of Directors and TI Individual Member, she remains actively engaged in the anticorruption movement.

Ms. Boswell is a member of the OECD Secretary General’s High Level Advisory Group on Integrity and Anti-Corruption and is a mentor to State Department IJET Program Fellows. She serves on the USAID Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid Democracy, Human Rights and Governance and on the Board of Directors of the Ethics Resource Center and the Collaboration on Government Secrecy. She is an active member of the ABA Section on International Law Anti-Corruption Committee and the IBA Anti-Corruption Committee. She was named among Ethisphere’s “100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.”

She practiced international and trade law at Steptoe & Johnson and managed international financial matters at Citibank. She received her law degree, summa cum laude, from WCL and is the recipient of the WCL International Trade and Investment Law Society 2012 Distinguished Alumni award.