Judge Cristi Danilet, a participant in the Institute’s Central and Eastern European Judicial Exchange Network, discusses the new generation of justice in Romania and the nation’s progress toward equality. Read the full interview here.
TRACE International – a leading global anti-bribery and anti-corruption business association – has launched a fantastic new scholarship program for LLM students or professionals committed to combating corruption and enhancing transparency in business and government. Please find more information below and on TRACE International’s website.
TRACE INTERNATIONAL LAUNCHES ANTI-CORRUPTION SCHOLARSHIP
IN US FOR LLMs
TRACE, the leading global anti-bribery business association, has launched its TRACE Scholar program, funding two full scholarships for LLM (Master of Laws) students or professionals committed to enhancing transparency in business and government. The scholarships will be awarded to applicants from developing countries who have demonstrated a commitment to reducing corruption. The selected 2014 TRACE Scholars will have a choice of attending either University of Washington School of Law or the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
“The TRACE Scholars initiative is another element in our broader campaign to encourage and expand the international community of experts committed to the goal of greater commercial transparency. We believe this will help to facilitate a lively exchange of global best practices,” said Alexandra Wrage, president of TRACE. “These emerging leaders will take what they learn back to their countries and will work toward embedding transparent business practices in their communities with the confidence that they have the support of a larger, international network of experts.”
The TRACE Scholars program includes full tuition, lodging, and travel for two international LLM students. Each student will spend an academic year at his or her chosen university, taking classes focused on business ethics, rule of law, governance and economic development. Following their academic year, each will participate in the paid summer internship program at TRACE’s headquarters in Annapolis, Maryland.
The application deadline is April 20. Recipients will be notified on or before June 15.
Applications for the TRACE Scholar program for this coming academic year (2014-2015) can be directed to the following:
University of Washington School of Law: Professor Anita Ramasastry: email@example.com
(Application guidelines and instructions can be found here.)
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit http://traceinternational.org/Trace/about-trace/TRACE_Scholars.html for additional details.
General questions should be directed to: email@example.com
TRACE provides an end-to-end, cost-effective and practical solution for anti-bribery and third party compliance. TRACE International, the leading anti-bribery standard setting business association, pools resources to provide members with technology-enabled compliance tools and an expansive knowledge center. TRACE members include hundreds of multinational corporations, as well as thousands of small and medium-sized enterprises throughout the world. TRACE International works with TRACE Incorporated to offer both members and non-members customizable risk-based due diligence, training and advisory services. With a shared mission to advance commercial transparency, TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated provide companies with one complete anti-bribery and third party compliance solution. For more information, visit www.TRACEinternational.org.
The CEELI Institute is proud to announce its second annual anti-corruption course:
Investigating and Prosecuting Official Corruption
a comprehensive 5-day interactive training for Prosecutors, Investigators, & Judges on how to investigate and prosecute cases of official corruption
May 5-9, 2014 – Prague, Czech Republic
This is the Institute’s first tuition based course and it promises to be an exciting program this year as we have assembled an incredible faculty of some of the world’s most experienced anti-corruption prosecutors, forensic accountants and practitioners, including the Director of Legal Affairs at the OECD, Nicola Bonucci, who will deliver keynote remarks.
Please review the official brochure for this year’s training that includes further details on the agenda, faculty, pricing and logistics. Although the training is tuition based, we may have a limited number of scholarships available.
To reserve a place or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +420 222 520 057