The CEELI Institute in Prague is offering an anti-corruption training program for prosecutors, investigators, and judges.
The 5-day course was originally scheduled for early December but will now happen in March. The faculty includes some of the best-known anti-corruption prosecutors, forensic accountants, and practitioners from Europe and the United States — Mark Mendelsohn, Billy Jacobson, and Homer Moyer among them,
The program is intended to provide a ‘comprehensive framework for investigating and prosecuting corruption.’
The keynote speaker will be Richard Boucher, the Deputy Secretary General of the OECD in Paris.
The venue is the CEELI’s Villa Gröbovka in Prague (above).
See the program website for additional details.
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The CEELI Institute was founded in 1999. It’s an independent, not-for-profit, international provider of post-graduate, professional legal education.
It works with judges and legal reformers in countries in transition to support the continuing development of market economies and democratic institutions, in addition to building a respect for human rights.
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