On Monday, January 14, the Law School held the Cátedra Prima de Leyes with the theme: State Anticorruption System, taught by Dr. Román Gustavo Méndez, who is currently a member of the Citizen Participation Committee of the State Anticorruption System and a member of the Coordinating Committee of the State Anticorruption System.

This system seeks that government institutions, organizations, companies, educational institutions and in general the civil society join together to eradicate corruption in our state.

As part of the program, agreements are made to carry out various strategies that contribute to this project, the University of Celaya is the first state institution to sign the collaboration agreement to contribute through communication, research, training and awareness to young people in order to bring our society to a position where transparency and the rule of law prevail.