Dec 7, 2021
Listen in on a conversation with Jessica Tillipman, an Assistant Dean at the George Washington University Law School, where she specializes in government procurement, anti-corruption, and compliance. We explore the nature of government corruption, and why it matters. Dean Tillipman walks us through the key tools in U.S. law for fighting against corruption by government officials. We get garrulous about the Gov. Bob McDonnell case, the Fat Leonard Scandal, Trump International Hotel, and the Hunter Biden paintings! Then, Dean Tillipman shares some personal anecdotes—to which many of you will relate—about being both a law school dean and a parent of two small children working from home during the COVID pandemic.
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Dean Tillipman’s law school webpage: https://www.law.gwu.edu/jessica-tillipman
GW Law Government Procurement Law Program: https://blogs.gwu.edu/law-govpro/