About Us

Anti-corruption and the Rule of Law (Ad Hoc)

Co-Chairs

Young-Moo Shin

Shin & Park
8F, KR Bldg
429 Seulleung-ro, Gangnam-gu
Seoul 135-919 Korea

 Email
 82 2 6207 1145
 82 2 539 4456

Gerold W. Libby

Zuber Lawler & Del Duca LLP
777 South Figueroa Street, 37th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017, USA

 Email
 1-213-596-5620
 1-213-596-5621

Vice-Chairs

Jeffrey Holt

Sofregaz SAS
App. 88
7, avenue Leon Gambetta
92120 Montrouge
FRANCE

 Email
 +33.(0)6.32.90.15.60

Simone Nadelhofer

LALIVE
Stampfenbachplatz 4
Postfach 212
Zurich CH-8006 Switzerland

 Email
 41-58-105-2100
 41-44-319-80-19

Roger Best

Clifford Chance LLP
10 Upper Bank Street
London E14 5JJ United Kingdom

 Email
 44-20-7006-1000
 44-20-7006-5555

Special Advisor

Lee Suet-Fern

Stamford Law Corporation
10 Collyer Quay Level 27
Ocean Financial Center
Singapore 049315

 Email
 65-6389-3030
 65-6389-3099

Lalit Bhasin

Bhasin & Co., Advocates
10 Hailey Road 10/F
New Delhi, India

 Email
 91-11-2332-2601
 91-11-2335-7521


Ad Hoc Committee on Anti-Corruption and the Rule of Law 


Mission Statement

The mission of the Ad Hoc Committee on Anti-Corruption and the Rule of Law ("Committee") of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association ("IPBA") is to lead the IPBA in studying the legal aspects of emasures to deter corruption in the Asia Pacific region, in promoting ethical business practices, and in understanding and promoting the rule of law in the Asia Pacific region. Within that overall mission, the Committee intends to lead and assist the IPBA and its members in the following specific activities, among others:

  1. Learning about past and current national and international efforts to deter corruption, including, in particular, international anti-corruption conventions, inter-government and non-governmental organizations dedicated to deterring corruption, anti-bribery legislation, anti-money laundering legislation, conflicts of interest legislation, and whistleblowing legislation;
  2. Organizing continuing legal education seminars and similar programs for IPBA members and others at which such subjects are addressed;
  3. Identifying opportunities for Committee members to write articles for publication, speak at continuing legal education seminars and elsewhere, and otherwise participate in professional analysis and discussion of such subjects;
  4. Participating institutionally with other organizations that engage in the activities described in paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 above; and
  5. Understanding the rule of law and, where appropriate, promoting the rule of law, and assisting IPBA members in doing the same.