Business programme

The Role of Anti-Corruption Expertise in State Rulemaking

Congress Centre, conference hall B4
Law and Society
Anti-corruption expertise serves as a tool to improve the quality of legislation and openness with regard to civil society institutions. Its goal is to study, analyse and assess any possible negative consequences of regulatory decisions made by state bodies across a number of areas of public life. At the same time, a number of key questions remain. How can the institutional effectiveness of anti-corruption expertise be improved? What impact does expertise have on state rulemaking practices? How successful are information openness efforts with regard to anti-corruption? What are the prospects for this institution in the context of today’s information technologies?


Victoria Burkovskaya
Co-Chairman, Center for Public Procedures "Business Against Corruption"; Partner, Head of White Collar Crime Practice, EPAM Law Offices


Dmitriy Lipin
Member of the Board, Association of Lawyers of Russia
Svetlana Orlova
Auditor of Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
Oleg Panasyuk
Chairman, Scientific and Methodological Council at the Bar Association of the Rostov Region; Chairman of the Board, Interregional Youth Public Organisation "Young Lawyers"
Vadim Fedorov
Deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation
Alexander Kholodov
Vice-Chairman of the Commission on Security and Cooperation with Public Supervisory Commissions, Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation