Workstreams: Procurement Reform
Robert Stumberg is a professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center, where he directs the Harrison Institute for Public Law. The Institute is a teaching and service program that works with public officials and nonprofit organizations. His current research centers on transparency of government purchasing, following on publication of Turning a Blind Eye: Respecting Human Rights in Government Purchasing (ICAR 2014). In addition to work on procurement reform, he also contributes to policy projects of the Harrison Institute that help governments cope with the impact of trade agreements on governing, adapt to climate change, and develop community food systems. His education includes: BA, Macalester College; JD, Georgetown University; LLM Georgetown University.