Professor & IIEL Faculty Director Chris Brummer and colleagues discuss how China and other rising powers are shaping the rules of global trade and finance. Click here for the discussion, produced in conjunction with the University of Pennsylvania Law School as part of its Case in Point series.
The Embassy of Switzerland and Georgetown Law cordially invite you to attend the first event in a series of programs addressing, “Law in a Globalized World.” The inaugural program will explore, “Switzerland and the U.S.: Common Constitutional Roots, Different Legal Systems” and ask “How Do We Approach Transnational Legal Issues in Times of Globalization?” The event is moderated by […]
IIEL was pleased to be a 2016 co-sponsor of Georgetown Law’s well-known International Trade Update (ITU). This annual event offers the largest opportunity for international trade practitioners and commentators to discuss developments in international trade law, as well as their impact for lawyers, judges, diplomats and regulators. Speakers routinely include many of the most high […]
Eleven U.S. law schools alongside Georgetown—including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Penn, Chicago, Columbia, NYU and UVA—have been invited to nominate five students graduating in the Spring of 2016 (both 2Ls and 3Es) to become Cutler Fellows, and to participate in a highly interactive, seminar in Washington, DC, beginning on Friday, February 19th. The event is hosted by […]
Incoming IOSCO Secretary General Paul Andrews will speak at Georgetown Law during the Fall 2016 semester on international securities regulation, financial stability and economic coordination. As the head of IOSCO, he leads the premier body charged with bringing the world’s securities regulators together. IOSCO’s mission is to develop, implement and promote adherence to internationally […]
DebtCon1 and IIEL’s own Anna Gelpern mentioned in April 26 and April 27, 2016 Financial Times podcasts on sovereign bankruptcy. April 26 Podcast: “When a country goes bankrupt…[i]n the first episode of a four part series on sovereign bankruptcy, the FT’s Robin Wigglesworth looks at how and when countries fall into distress, and examines whether Italy’s […]
On April 25th, IIEL and Georgetown Law’s Center for Transnational Business and the Law celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA). Judge Dianne Wood was the keynote speaker, and we honored Monroe Leigh, who as State Department Legal Adviser had a lead role in FSIA enactment. This one-day conference assessed U.S. […]
On September 18th, IIEL faculty director Chris Brummer will discuss his report Renminbi Ascending: How China’s Currency Impacts Global Markets, Foreign Policy and Transatlantic Financial Regulation” at the Atlantic Council. The report was chaired by the Honorable Jon Huntsman, former Governor of Utah and Ambassador to China.
On May 5, 2015, IIEL, in association with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, the Journal of International Economic Law, Queen Mary, University of London and the Society of International Economic Law, held the 15th Annual WTO Conference Held in London. One of the largest events of its kind, the conference covered areas […]