March 17, 2011
Making the Georgian Criminal Code: April 6 at Moritz College of Law
Otar Kakhidze, from the Ministry of Justice, sovereign Georgia, will join in panel discussions focused on the successes and troubles associated with adopting sweeping changes to a country's criminal code. Georgia is in the process of drafting a new criminal code from scratch and leading officials from the Ministry of Justice will visit Moritz on April 6 to discuss “Making the Georgian Criminal Code.”
The seminar in Saxbe Auditorium, Drinko Hall, begins at 11:45 and includes lunch; registration is necessary (Moritz website). Free and open to the public, the event is co-sponsored by Moritz College of Law, the Federal Bar Association (Columbus), the U.S. Dept of Justice (Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training), and the Moritz Criminal Law Society.
Direct questions to Rob Phillips, email@example.com or 614/247.6520.