April 2020 — Jan Dunin-Wasowicz has been elected chair of the Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group (ACLIG) of the American Society of International Law (ASIL).

Dunin-Wasowicz previously served as vice chair since April 2017. His three-year term as chair began in March.

Created six years ago, ACLIG offers a forum for scholars, practitioners and advocates to debate the aims and impact of anti-corruption law, precipitated by a global rise in corruption-related civil protest, law enforcement and corporate compliance.

Founded in 1906, ASIL is a nonprofit educational membership organization with over 4,000 members from over 100 countries. Its mission is to advance international law scholarship for legal professionals through events, publications, information resources and research initiatives.