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WWCDA promotes diversity in the legal profession, facilitates networking and business development, and provides educational opportunities to women in white collar defense around the world.

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Global Program

2022 Global Enforcement & Compliance Series, Part 3

Join us October 11, in New York or Virtually to see a talented panel of women government, in-house, defense, and forensic accounting professionals with extensive monitorship experience.

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WWCDA London Lunch
October 11, 2022

Join us for the WWCDA London Lunch on October 11 held in conjunction with the annual ABA London White Collar Crime Conference.  WWCDA members, clients and conference attendees are invited.  The lunch program will look at Progress for Women in Law and the last 10 years of women in the white collar legal field.  

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the WWCDA celebrates the Hispanic and Latinx women who have blazed trails for women of all backgrounds and advanced the cause of equal justice under the law.

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Explore Our Chapters

With thousands of WWCDA members across the globe, explore the resources, networking opportunities and events in your area.

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Registration Open: WWCDA Global Enforcement & Compliance Series Part 3
This session, titled, Corporate Monitorships: Evolving Trends and Best Practices will include a talented panel of women government, in-house, defense, and forensic accounting professionals with extensive monitorship experience. The panel will run live in New York from 12-1 pm Eastern at Sidley Austin's offices, with a reception following for those in New York, and it will also be broadcast globally by Zoom. Register now.

Save the Date for the 2022 WWCDA Awards Gala

WWCDA Global Enforcement & Compliance Series Part 2
On Wednesday, June 22, 2022, the Women’s White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA) was
pleased to present the second panel in its 2022 Global Enforcement & Compliance Series –
Effective Compliance Programs and Value in Global Resolutions. The stellar compliance-focused panel featured representatives from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.K. Serious Fraud Office (SFO), as well as in-house compliance professionals in a lively discussion of some of the most pressing compliance issues of the moment. The panel was moderated by Raad and included Lauren Kootman, Assistant Chief of the DOJ Fraud Section’s Corporate Enforcement, Compliance & Policy Unit; Vanessa Sisti, DOJ Assistant Chief on detail to SFO; Sara Chouraqui, Joint Head of Fraud, Bribery and Corruption at SFO; Terri Segura, Vice President, Global Compliance Investigations at Zimmer Biomet; and Michaela Ahlberg, Compliance & Ethics Specialist at Getinge. Click here to read more.