What does it mean to work as an anti-corruption lawyer at the World Bank? The Careers in International Law speaker series will host Jamieson Smith '01, Acting Chief Suspension Officer of the World Bank, for a wide-ranging conversation about the investigative and adjudicative processes through which the World Bank seeks to root out fraud and corruption in Bank-financed projects. Mr. Smith will also discuss his career path and offer advice to students interested in working at international organizations like the World Bank, and in the field of anti-corruption more generally. Lunch will be served. Sponsored by International Studies. For more information or to ask questions, please contact Oleg Kobelev at email@example.com.
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$10 million gift establishes Carl and Susan Bolch Judicial Institute
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