UBC Law names finalists for inaugural Allard Prize for International Integrity

UBC Law names finalists for inaugural Allard Prize for International Integrity

The University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Law announced today the three finalists for the inaugural Allard Prize for International Integrity. Established by UBC Law alumnus Mr. Peter A. Allard, Q.C., the $100,000 Allard Prize is one of the largest awards in the world recognizing efforts to combat corruption and promote human rights.

“Our outstanding finalists exemplify the values of the Allard Prize through their extraordinary courage and leadership in promoting transparency, accountability and the rule of law in opposing corruption and promoting and protecting human rights,” said Mr. Allard. “In celebrating these achievements and remarkable stories, the Allard Prize strives to inspire others to take up the fight against abuses of power and the suppression of human rights, wherever they arise.”

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