Events

European Central Bank Supervisor Discusses the Single Supervisory Mechanism and the Future of Banking in Europe

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In early April, IIEL welcomed Stéphane Kerjean, Head of Section at the European Central Bank (ECB) – Banking Supervision, to our Spring 2017 International Economic Law Colloquium.  Mr. Kerjean spoke about the ECB and the Single Supervisory Mechanism, providing context for our students about the general organization, operational challenges, and supervisory model of the ECB […]

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IIEL Publishes Book on the LEGAL ASPECTS OF BREXIT–Implications of the United Kingdom’s Decision to Withdraw from the European Union

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IIEL Publishes Book on the LEGAL ASPECTS OF BREXIT–Implications of the United Kingdom’s Decision to Withdraw from the European Union Wednesday, March 29, 2017 marks the start of a two-year process under which the United Kingdom (UK) will withdraw from the European Union (EU).  Both the procedures for leaving and the legal implications of a […]

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IIEL In The Know Briefings

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IIEL In the Know Briefings IIEL’s In the Know newsletter is an occasional publication in which Georgetown’s IIEL faculty, students, and fellows identify recent, major developments in international trade, financial regulation, monetary rules and other fields of International Economic Law—and where possible, highlight interesting sources where our readers can learn more.  The June Briefing, discussing a […]

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IIEL Congratulates Salzburg Cutler Fellows

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IIEL Congratulates Georgetown Law’s Salzburg Cutler Fellows At the beginning of the month, Georgetown students met counterparts from the country’s other top international programs to participate in the Salzburg Cutler Law Fellows program for U.S. law students. Launched in 2012 to honor Lloyd Cutler, Legal Counsel to Presidents Carter and Clinton and for a decade […]

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IIEL Issue Brief Series – Jennifer Hillman Authors Issue Brief on Ryan-Brady Tax Plan & WTO Law

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Why the Ryan-Brady Tax Proposal Will Be Found to be Inconsistent with WTO Law The tax-reform plan released by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady aims to improve our corporate tax system by, among other things, taxing companies based on where they sell their goods, not […]

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2017 International Trade Update

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Join the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) on March 9-10th for Georgetown Law’s 2017 International Trade Update (ITU).  IIEL is pleased to again co-sponsor this signature event,  a deep dive into the most pressing and cutting-edge international trade law issues of the day. The ITU routinely draws top government officials, private practitioners and other […]

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IIEL Issue Brief Series – IIEL Director Chris Brummer Pens Issue Brief on China’s Currency and Systemic Risk

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The internationalization of China’s currency, the renminbi (“RMB”), is arising in ways that depart considerably from historical precedent. Instead of waiting for international markets for its currency to evolve organically, the Chinese government has undertaken a quasi-mercantilist strategy designed to promote the currency and its own national RMB-based infrastructure. This strategy has emphasized tightly managed […]

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February 15th Reception Honoring New Members of the Congressional Black Caucus & Celebrating Black History Month

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IIEL and Financial Services Professionals   RECEPTION Honoring New Members of the Congressional Black Caucus & Celebrating Black History Month   Wednesday, February 15, 2017 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.   RSVPs for this event are now closed. Web story here. Event photos here.   Location: Georgetown Law Hotung International Law Building, Lobby 600 New Jersey […]

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IIEL Issue Brief Series – Acting Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Amias Gerety, Pens Inaugural Issue Brief on Shadow Banking

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Acting Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Amias Gerety, Pens Inaugural Issue Brief: Clarifying the Shadow Banking Debate: Application and Policy Implications As part of IIEL’s continuing efforts to convene thoughtful discussions of global markets and the economy, we are delighted to announce our new IIEL Issue Brief publication.  With this new tool, we will be […]

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IIEL & ITPF February 3rd Conference on Tax Competition

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Featuring Keynote Remarks by Kevin Brady, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Join Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and the International Tax Policy Forum (ITPF) on February 3rd for a high-profile conference examining international tax competition as the United States stands on the brink of business tax reform. Unlike the United […]

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ABOUT US

The Institute of International Economic Law is the focal point for the study of international economic law at Georgetown University.

It is also one of the leading centers for international economic law and policy in the world.

Originally focused on trade, the Institute now boasts leading capabilities and international renown in a range of areas including investment and financial regulation, tax, business and monetary law. The Institute actively approaches these fields as interrelated and at times overlapping policy spheres that impact how law is devised, practiced and enforced.

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