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  • 1 Issue XII, september 2016

    IACAlumnust h e m a g a z i n e Issue XII, September 2016

    operation car wash

    Empowering Professionals

    Is CorruptIon In the JudICIAl system the BusIness of lAwyers? By Rocio Paniagua Oliver

    IACA AlumnI reunIted By the Alumni Team

    Interview with Paulo Roberto Galvão de Carvalho

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    IACAlumnus - the magazine is the alumni magazine of the

    International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), addressing

    alumni around the world who have participated in and, in

    general, completed at least one of IACA’s programmes or

    activities.

    IACAlumnus - the magazine welcomes contributions by

    alumni. As a forum to exchange ideas and latest

    developments, and feature the career paths of our alumni, we

    seek to provide you with a medium to stay connected. For

    contributions please contact [email protected]

    IACA reserves the right to select and edit any contribution to

    suit the publication. We will not consider contributions that

    have already been published, in any form, in print or online.

    Editorial

    Abhishek Bharti, Elisabeth Neckel, Mariana A. Rissetto

    dEsign

    Adrian Ciupagea

    PhotograPhs

    IACA, iStock.com

    front covEr; back covEr

    “Operation Car Wash“; Laxenburg - aerial view

    PublishEr

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    magazine reflect the opinions of the contributors and do not

    necessarily represent the views or official position of IACA.

    Neither IACA nor its staff members or partners shall be liable

    for any inaccuracy, incompleteness, unavailability or error of

    the information provided.

    CREDITSWelcome Word

    Dear Alumni,

    The second quarter of the year at IACA has been busy

    but at the same time very enriching. The sixth IACA

    Summer Academy and the third Alumni Reunion were

    two main events that brought great energy and insight

    to the Academy. On 7 and 8 July 2016, alumni from

    around the world graced the latter event. The reunion

    was special for all of us at IACA and we would like to

    thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm in

    maintaining the flame. As torchbearers, you have a

    special role in furthering the global cause against

    corruption.

    From a diverse range of alumni at every reunion, we

    have witnessed eagerness to learn and zeal to advance

    efforts against corruption, and we have also seen

    dedication to achieve this goal as part of lifelong

    learning. IACA has learned from you, and we do our

    best to incorporate the ideas from your feedback into

    our programmes and activities.

    This issue of IACAlumnus brings you an article by Rocio

    Paniagua Oliver, who shares her thoughts regarding

    the functioning and endeavours of the International

    Bar Association in its various efforts to curb judicial

    corruption. Paulo Roberto Galvão de Carvalho gives his

    insight on ongoing investigations in the “Car Wash”

    case, in which he has been involved as a prosecutor

    since the early stages. You will also learn about the

    origin and meaning of our new alumni pin: the apple

    tree. Those of you who were unable to attend this

    year‘s reunion can read about the event on page 22.

    As always, it is a pleasure to welcome you to our

    campus in Laxenburg as well as to receive your writing

    contributions for IACAlumnus. Please also feel free to

    provide suggestions for IACA’s alumni network.

    Spreading the word about the Academy’s initatives is

    key to the success and continuity of our programmes

    and activities. Lastly and most importantly, we will be

    pleased to hear how we can serve you better.

    Sincerely,

    The Alumni Team

  • 3 Issue XII, september 2016

    september 2016CONTENTS

    is corruPtion in thE Judicial systEm thE businEss of laWyErs?

    By Rocio Paniagua Oliver

    maPs

    uPcoming confErEncEs

    latin amErica

    iaca alumni maPPing

    P4 P18

    P27

    crossWord P26

    thE alumni Pin

    By the Alumni Team

    thE alumni Pin P16

    intErviEW P10

    “oPEration car Wash“

    Interview with Paulo Roberto Galvão de Carvalho

    iaca alumni rEunitEd: third alumni rEunion in laxEnburg

    By the Alumni Team

    iaca alumni rEunion P22

    { BEST OF SEMINAR { SUMMER ACADEMY 2016 { ANTI-CORRUPTION IN LOCAL

    GOVERNANCE TRAINING

    2016 July EvEnts P6

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