Luis Moreno‐Ocampo

Luis Moreno‐Ocampo

Robert F. Kennedy Visiting Professor, Harvard Law School

Luis Moreno Ocampo is one of Latin America’s leading figures on dem- ocratic governance and strategies to address corruption around the world. He is the Founder and President of the Argentine Civil Society Organization, Poder Ciudadano, and is Director of Transparency International for Latin America and the Caribbean. Professor Moreno Ocampo received his law degree from the University of Buenos Aires Law School. In private practice, he specializes in corruption control programs for large organizations. During his career, he played a cru- cial role in the trials of the Argentine military related to Argentina’s democratic transition in the 1980s. In April of 2003, the International Criminal Court unanimously elected Luis Moreno Ocampo as the first chief prosecutor of the new permanent war crimes court in The Hague. He taught a course at Harvard Law School entitled Human Rights: International Business and Corruption—Establishing the Rule of Law in Developing Countries. 

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