The Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Lawyers Law (ASIL) invites proposals to its Writers Conference in Miami.
The conference is Controlling Corruption: Possibilities, Practical Suggestions & Best Practices.
It’s being held on January 13-14, 2017 at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
The event is co-sponsored by:
- The Business Ethics Program, University of Miami School of Business Administration
- The Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, and
- University of Richmond School of Law and Bentley University
The conference will examine the state of international and domestic efforts to reduce corruption, with a focus on practical applications and emerging best practices.
We invite proposals for papers that approach the topic with fresh perspectives that promote productive action.
The goal of the conference is to help develop publishable papers and to foster dialogue between academics and practitioners engaged in anti-corruption and compliance efforts.
Topics might include, but are not limited to:
- The Mossack Fonseca (Panama) Papers, Evidence of Corruption and Resulting Enforcement Action
- The future of the UK Bribery Act
- “Goals Gone Wild”: Rethinking Incentives to Combat Corruption
- Data-driven Compliance
- Business Continuity Plan & Global Practices
- Driving a Culture of Compliance from the Top/Down
- The McDonnell Fallout on Compliance and Enforcement
- Starts at 1 pm, Friday, January 13, panels and presentations until 6 pm
- Continues on Saturday, 9 am – late afternoon
- Hotel block reserved for participants for Friday and Saturday nights; can be extended for early arrival and/or late departure based on availability
October 7, 2016: Two page proposal and CV to Ms. Ginny Ryan [email protected]
October 15, 2016: Invitations to participate will be extended
December 1, 2016: Five page paper due, which will be circulated to co-panelists for their review, comment, etc.
Andy Spalding is a Senior Editor of the FCPA Blog and Associate Professor at the University of Richmond School of Law. He’s the author of the ebook Olympic Anti-Corruption Report: Brazil and the Rio 2016 Games (available here). He’ll be a speaker at the FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016.