“Anti-Corruption Law at Home and Abroad” presented by Richard C. Pilger, U.S. Department of Justice


Location: Room 3140

Richard C. Pilger, Director of the Election Crimes Branch in the Public Integrity Section of Criminal Division of the United States Department of Justice, will discuss monitoring and fraud prosecution in both international and domestic elections. Following his talk, Mr. Pilger will be available to discuss career paths at the Department of Justice.

In addition to his work at the DOJ, Mr. Pilger has served as the Legal Advisor at the United States Embassy in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, where he headed anti-corruption assistance to the Georgian government, and as a Special Assistant United States Attorney prosecuting numerous jury trials of street crime in the District of Columbia.

A light lunch will be served at the event.

Sponsored by The Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Career Development Office.