Professor Paul Flanagan has received a Fulbright Award to teach at the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, starting in September.
An expert on compliance, Flanagan will spend six weeks teaching at the law school, the oldest and largest in the republic. He will teach a course on Corporate Compliance, Cybersecurity/Privacy and Risk Management.
The Fulbright program, sponsored by the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, represents the world’s largest and most diverse for international educational exchanges. The program was designed to build bridges between the U.S. and other nations.
Flanagan has also been invited to give a presentation on corporate compliance, cybersecurity, privacy and risk management in September at the Singapore Supreme Court’s tech law conference.