Crawford Lecture to Examine Recent Public Corruption Cases

Crawford Lecture to Examine Recent Public Corruption Cases

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Ross Garber will deliver the lecture "The Integrity of Public Service: The Impact of Recent Public Corruption Cases" for the 2010 Edwin L. Crawford Lecture on Municipal Law, to be held at Albany Law School on Thursday, April 15, at 4 p.m. in Room 200.

Garber, a partner in the Hartford, Conn., office of Shipman & Goodwin LLP, represents clients in government investigations, internal investigations and white collar criminal matters, as well as in investigations by the SEC, state attorneys general and other federal and state regulators.

As the former chief counsel to two Connecticut governors, Garber regularly represents governors, other public officials, agencies and campaigns in investigations. He recently represented the Office of the Governor of South Carolina in impeachment proceedings before a special committee of the South Carolina House of Representatives, and he also recently represented the Office of the Governor of Connecticut during federal and state investigations into allegations of corruption in state government.

For more information, or to register to attend, contact 518-445-3287 or tblan@albanylaw.edu.

The lecture will also be available live via webcast here.

The event, which is free and open to the public, is hosted by the Government Law Center (GLC) of Albany Law School, with support from the New York State Association of Counties, Association of Towns of the State of New York and the New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials.

The GLC established the Edwin L. Crawford Memorial Lecture on Municipal Law in 1996 to honor the memory of Edwin L. Crawford, former executive director of the New York State Association of Counties.  The program strives to educate and promote dialog on important and timely issues affecting local governments ​