Professor Guillermo Jorge "is Director of the Research Program on the Control of Corruption and Professor of Law at San Andrés University. Since 2003, he has been working as independent consultant on financial crimes, anti-money laundering and anticorruption for international organizations, including the UN, the World Bank, the IADB and several Latin American governments. As a partner of Luis Moreno Ocampo's law firm, he managed anti-corruption programs for private companies and government agencies, as well as white collar crime litigation. Professor Jorge has also been pro-bono advisor of Poder Ciudadano (the Argentine Chapter of Transparency International) and the Center of Legal and Social Studies, a Human Rights NGO, and a visiting scholar at Stanford University."
Resources and articles
- Past Fellows, NED, accessed September 14, 2007.