Ending Institutional Corruption Conference, May 1 & 2

On Friday, May 1, and Saturday, May 2, several Petrie-Flom Center affiliates will participate in the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University conference “Ending Institutional Corruption,” held in the Milstein Rooms in Wasserstein Hall at Harvard Law School. Participants include:

  • Christopher T. Robertson, Academic Fellow alumnus, speaking on “The Institutional Advantages of Courts, and the Potential of Litigation, as a Solution to Institutional Corruption”
  • Christine Baugh, 2014-2015 Student Fellow, conference co-organizer
  • Aaron S. Kesselheim, affiliated faculty member, speaking on “Trends in the Use of Expedited Drug Review and Approval Designations at the FDA”
  • Judge Nancy Gertner, affiliated faculty member, speaking on “The Limits of the Criminal Sanction”

For a full description of the conference, a complete agenda, and registration information, click here!

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