IIEL Co-Sponsors Conference on Extraterritoriality in Financial Regulation


On June 26, IIEL co-sponsored a conference concerning the extraterritoriality organized by Oxford University Press’s Journal of Financial Regulation at Georgetown Law. Regulators, diplomats, lawyers and academics met for a three panel series of papers, followed by regulatory commentary, on a variety of issues including: mutual recognition, economic diplomacy, sanctions, systemic risk and enforcement coordination.


Professors Brummer, Pauwelyn Assume Leadership at JIEL


August 7, 2015, IIEL Faculty Director Chris Brummer and Georgetown Visiting Professor and Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Joost Pauwelyn assume co-editing responsibilities at the Journal of International Economic Law. The Journal of International Economic Law, an OUP publication, is dedicated to encouraging thoughtful and scholarly attention to a […]

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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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