Brazil's Anti-Corruption Success Story


Though widely perceived to be in crisis, Brazil is in fact experiencing an historic pivot in laws, enforcement procedures, and cultural norms related to corruption. The recent wave of resignations and prosecutions is in fact evidence of new anti-corruption initiatives taking effect. This webinar brings together several experts on Brazil's anti-corruption reforms to tell a more sophisticated story of these new enforcement initiatives, the forces that drove their implementation, and their effect in exposing and prosecuting systemic corruption.

Panelists include Lucinda Low, partner at Steptoe & Johnson and president of the American Society of International Law (ASIL); Carlos Bruno Ferreira de Silva, deputy head of the International Cooperation Unit of Brazil's Federal Prosecution Service; Carlos Ayres, partner at Trench, Rossi e Watanabe Advogados; and Andy Spalding, associate professor at the University of Richmond School of Law and chair of ASIL's Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group.

More information and a link for registration will be posted here shortly. 

ASIL's Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group is a cosponsor of this event. 

Date and Location

Thursday, July 14, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Online via webinar