Can This Divided Congress Govern? A Conversation with Honorable Bob Carr

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UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

337 Charles E Young Drive East

Public Affairs Building, Room 2343

Los Angeles, CA 90095

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This talk is part of the UC Regents' Lecture Program.

Bob Carr has built a distinguished career as a lawyer, an 18-year Member of Congress, and currently, an adjunct professor of Ethics & Congress in the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University. His services as a Congressman included chairmanship of the Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee and chair of the Congressional Arts Caucus. He is also a senior advisor at Brookings Executive Education and Transnational Strategy Group LLC, an international consultancy. He will discuss congressional ethics and how our divided Congress may govern during the next four years. Congressman Carr is a Senior Fellow at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.

Congressman Carr's talk will be moderated by Bill Parent, Lecturer, UCLA Luskin Department of Public Policy.

Sandwiches served at 12:15. Please bring your own drinks!

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UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

337 Charles E Young Drive East

Public Affairs Building, Room 2343

Los Angeles, CA 90095

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