Andrew Levchuk Leads Course on Fighting Transnational Crime at the International Law Enforcement Academy in Budapest
Andrew Levchuk, Chair of Bulkley Richardson’s Cybersecurity Practice Group will serve as an instructor at the upcoming Judges and Prosecutors class, “Fighting Transnational Crime,” at the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Budapest, Hungary on February 26-March 2, 2018. Levchuk is a former federal prosecutor who specialized in computer crimes and corruption, among other things and now advises clients in the growing field of state and federal data protection and privacy rights. Other instructors include Judge Nino Bakakuri, a highly regarded jurist with the Supreme Court of the Republic of Georgia; Richard Pilger, a career federal public corruption prosecutor and former legal advisor in the Republic of Georgia; and Peter Ainsworth, a federal prosecutor currently serving as an international legal advisor. Levchuk will lead the discussions on Prosecutorial Independence and the effect of Emerging Technology on the Criminal Justice System, and moderate the discussion of legal criminal justice developments in Tajikistan.