Apr 4: Combating Corruption, focus on Egypt & US

Please join us next Monday for a presentation, Combating Corruption, by Humphrey Fellow Wesam Ibrahim (Egypt).
Mon., Apr. 4, 12:15-1:15, Law School (Mondale Hall, Room 55), Food provided!

Corruption is a multi-faceted problem that affects all countries, and some aspects of corruption are common worldwide. Different countries like Egypt and the United States, however, also face different aspects of corruption. Ms. Ibrahim will describe and define corruption, and discuss ways to combat it.

Ms. Ibrahim is a lawyer at the General Authority for In­vestment and Free Zones in Egypt. She does comparative research on the rules governing in­vestor dispute settlement in the Arab world and other countries in order to improve the procedures of her agency. Ms. Ibrahim holds an LL.M. from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She re­ceived both her Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Cairo University. During her Humphrey Fellowship, she has focused on how human rights standards are applied in different developing countries.

Marc J. Shinn-Krantz
Lead Managing Editor, ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law, Vol. 31

J.D. Candidate, 2016
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