Fostering Efficacy in Asset Recovery in Transnational Cases of Grand Corruption

Thursday, Feb. 7, 12–1:30 p.m.
Holland Hall Room 360
UF Levin College of Law
309 Village Drive
Gainesville, FL 32611

Camelia Bogdan, PhD, is an experienced Bucharest Court of Appeals judge and an international expert in countering economic crime and asset recovery of proceeds of crime. Bogdan is globally acknowledged for her specialty in financial investigations of translational organized crime activities and countering money laundering. In addition to her affiliation with the Center for International Financial Crimes Studies at UF, Bogdan has been awarded distinguished global recognitions, including the 2018 Ion Ratiu Democracy Fellowship and Fulbright Senior Award for Visiting Scholars.

The UF Levin College of Law and Fulbright Lecture Committee invite you to attend Bogdan’s lecture, “Fostering Efficacy in Asset Recovery in Transnational Cases of Grand Corruption.” Refreshments will be served during the event at the Levin College of Law. For more information, please contact Claire Anumba, PhD, at