Jennifer Rodgers

Executive Director

Jennifer Rodgers

Jennifer
Rodgers
Executive Director

Jennifer Rodgers is the Executive Director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity at Columbia Law School (CAPI), which works to improve the capacity of public offices to identify, deter, and combat corruption.  Jennifer leads CAPI in its mission to assemble an inclusive community of practitioners, scholars, and other interested parties whose goal is corruption-free government at all levels, to encourage collaboration within the CAPI community and to support the community’s work by providing training materials, issuing publications, and hosting conferences and other events, and to create a centralized space for research about and meaningful discussion of important issues related to public integrity through the CAPI website and its events.   Jennifer writes extensively on and speaks all over the world about anti-corruption efforts and best practices.  Prior to joining CAPI, Jennifer worked at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, where she served in numerous capacities, including as a Deputy Chief Appellate Attorney, the Chief of the Organized Crime Unit, and a Chief of the General Crimes Unit.  Jennifer also worked as an associate in the litigation department of Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, and as a law clerk to former United States District Judge Stanley A. Weigel in the Northern District of California.  Jennifer graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, and the University of California, Los Angeles.  

Courses
Ex. Government Anti-Corruption Programs
Ex. Government Anti-Corruption Programs-Fieldwork
Externship: Government Anti-Corruption Programs
Externship: Government Anti-Corruption Programs-Fieldwork
Fighting Corruption in Sports
S. Advanced Seminar on State Attorneys General
S. Fighting Corruption in Sports