What has Argentina been doing in recent years about its longstanding corruption problems? Laura Alonso, Argentina’s Secretary of Justice for Public Ethics, Transparency and the Fight Against Corruption, will describe her country’s recent legislative, administrative, and law enforcement efforts to attack corruption in the public sector. Ms. Alonso will also describe the current “notebooks” scandal, the development of her office’s groundbreaking anti-corruption compliance guidelines and the future of anti-corruption efforts in Latin America. The program will be hosted at the New York City Bar Association, and sponsored by the City Bar’s Inter-American Affairs Committee, Argentine Lawyers of New York, and the Inter-American Bar Association. Co-Sponsors include Kobre & Kim LLP, Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss LLP, Compliance Committee, Task Force on the Rule of Law, White Collar Crime Committee, and The Cyrus R. Vance Center for Criminal Justice.