Vance Center Lawyers Council launches anti-corruption module

A civil and economic rights group established by The Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice has launched an anti-corruption initiative that will organise private practice lawyers across the Americas to support government efforts to crack down on corruption.

Vance Center Lawyers Council launches anti-corruption module L-R: Jose Martinez de Hoz (Jr.), Antonia Stolper, Marcela Hughes, Carlos Del Rio, Luciana Tornovsky, Todd Crider, Carolina Zang, Alberto Rebaza and Pablo Guerrero

The Lawyers Council for Civil and Economic Rights in the Americas – which is constituted by 18 practitioners from the US and 13 Latin American states, all of whom have experience either as leaders of bar associations, board members of non-governmental organisations, or in pro bono – announced the launch of its first module at a meeting held in Buenos Aires in March.



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