Lunch and Individual Advising with Lisa Bhansali (‘92)
- Starts: 1:00 pm on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
- Ends: 2:00 pm on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Please join us for lunch and individual advising sessions with BU Law alumna Lisa Bhansali. Lisa Bhansali is a Governance and Anti-corruption Adviser with the World Bank. She has also been a Senior Public Sector Management Specialist, working in the Poverty Reduction & Economic Management (PREM) department of the World Bank. Her areas of focus include justice sector reform, public administration, and institutional strengthening, including rule of law in post-conflict states and fragile states. She has been the Task Manager of a number of projects and analytical studies in Africa, Latin American and the Caribbean, EU Accession states, and East Asia. Ms. Bhansali served as a Senior Counsel in the World Bank's Legal Vice-Presidency, and from 1996-2001, she worked at the Inter-American Development Bank on Modernization of the State projects with a focus on criminal justice reform. She has also worked for the Open Society Institute and served as a Political Affairs Officer in the United Nations. Ms. Bhansali was named a 2011 Wasserstein Fellow in Public Interest Law at Harvard Law School and teaches as an Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown University Law Center. Ms. Bhansali received her Bachelor in Arts and Sciences from the University of Michigan; holds a Masters in Public Policy from Columbia University; and received her juris doctorate from Boston University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Please sign-up on the board outside the CDO for individual advising sessions and/or lunch, sign-up to be posted 10/23. Although the individual advising sessions are not interviews, please feel free to bring a copy of your resume to your individual advising appointment for informational purposes.
- Alumni Boardroom (4th Floor)