14 December 2017, Utrecht University School of Law
Raadzaal, Achter Sint Pieter 200, 3512 HT Utrecht.
This symposium will bring together researchers and practitioners from both civil
society and from government, all of whom are analyzing the role of criminal law
and enforcement in fighting global corruption. The purpose of this seminar is to
engage anti-foreign corruption enforcement stakeholders in a scholarly
discussion on the perceived normative aims and the actual potential of two
aspects of the global trends: the value of negotiated settlements and the potential
of globalization in anti-foreign corruption. Stakeholders will be asked to engage
with the questions that researchers are reflecting on in their papers.
The symposium is divided into two thematic plenary panels. Within each panel,
speakers are given 20 minutes each to present their papers, followed by a debate
that will be kicked off by a commentator from practice.
See the attachment for more information, registration and program