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    INTERNATIONAL 1-HOUR WEBINAR, HOSTED BY THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE OF BULGARIA ON “CRIMINALS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF COVID-19.”

    The National Institute of Justice Bulgaria
    Webinar: Criminals Taking Advantage of COVID-19 Wednesday, 20 May 2020 @ 10.00 a.m CET/11.00 a.m. EET
     
    Please join the National Institute of Justice of Bulgaria for the international 1-hour webinar “Criminals Taking Advantage of COVID-19.” Ms. Jessica Kim, the U.S. Department of Justice’s regional Resident Legal Advisor for Bulgaria and Romania, will provide updates on global fraud trends by criminals who are exploiting the pandemic situation for their own criminal purposes, including government program fraud, healthcare and consumer fraud, and cyber-enabled fraud.
     
    The webinar is particularly useful for judges and prosecutors from the EU Member States, Western Balkan countries and from the Eastern European Partnership countries, involved in economic and financial investigations and fraud cases. Representatives of law enforcement are also welcome to join. The webinar is held in English and is free of charge. Registration is available at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYudeusrjkuGtUwKbkucYaL4d13yDh7H3gY .
    Registered participants will receive webinar instructions by email.
    NIJ coordinator of the event: Emil Georgiev, e.georgiev@nij.bg.
     
    The Speaker
    Ms. Jessica Kimis the U.S. Department of Justice’s regional Resident Legal Advisor for Bulgaria and Romania.
    Ms. Kim has been an Assistant United States Attorney (federal prosecutor) with the U.S. Department of Justice since 2014.  As head of cybercrimes for her district, her practice is focused on prosecuting white collar crimes, including public corruption, investment fraud, corporate fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, and tax fraud.  Since 2014, she has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Ohio State University teaching Appellate Advocacy and White Collar Crime.



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