Lawyers Council for Civil and Economic Rights

The Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice‚Äôs Lawyers Council for Civil and Economic Rights convenes private-practice attorneys across the Americas to support the rule of law, the critical work of civil society, and to combat corruption throughout the region. The Council consists of eighteen lawyers from the United States and thirteen Latin American countries with experience as leaders of bar associations, board members of non-governmental organizations, and pro bono practitioners. The Lawyers Council designs and implements multilateral, region-wide initiatives to address challenges to civil and economic rights in Latin America. Anticorruption Initiative The Council is convinced that corruption is … Continue reading Lawyers Council for Civil and Economic Rights