Inspired by His Majesty King Abdullah II’s sixth Royal Discussion Paper: “Rule of Law and Civil State” , Law and Governance Center (LGC) is a private sector investment aspires to play an effective socioeconomic role in implementing the guidelines set by His Majesty.
Law and Governance Center (LGC) is an innovative business concept that integrates law practice with fighting fraud and corruption. We pride ourselves on being the first Arab law firm that provides a blend of legal and anti-corruption innovative professional services targeting executive management and those charged with governance. Setting a proper tone at the top requires competent, transparent, accountable, and responsible leadership. Corporate leadership should always meet its legal duties and obligations. LGC provides decision makers with the services that enable them to achieve such legal requirements. As gross negligence is legally equivalent to constructive fraud, a member of a board, partner, or owner-manager cannot afford the ramifications of her gross negligence. Engagement in fighting corruption requires more than wishes: it requires committed and disciplined corporate leadership in theory and practice.
LGC entered into a strategical professional relationship with The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) to ensure that it would meet its stakeholders’ professional expectations in Jordan and the Arab countries. The AACI’s certification and learning programs, know-how, and technical expertise support the LGC’s effectiveness and efficiency. Therefore, we sure our advocates, associates, clients, and constituents value-added services that will always be based on our mission, vision, and the professional values set in His Majesty King Abdullah II’s sixth Royal Discussion Paper: “Rule of Law and Civil State.”
Legal and anti-corruption intelligence prevail among management and those charged with governance as essential to their organizations’ growth, prosperity, and sustainability.
1. To deliver legal and anti-corruption knowledge and skills for management and those charged with governance to be essential to their organizations’ success. 2. To promote the role and value of having
Law and Governance Center (LGC) commits itself, management, associates, and partners to comply with the American Anti-Corruption Institute’s Code of Ethics. This is an integral part of LGC strategic partnership with the AACI.
Though there is no one single model for good corporate governance, the rule of law provides the basis for developing and implementing good corporate governance practices. However, good governance and corruption do not coexist. When effective corporate governance prevails, foreign direct investment increases, cost of capital decreases, unemployment decreases, and sustainable development becomes within our reach. LGC and in cooperation with The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) is committed to provide board members and decision makers with quality learning programs to