International

GW Law hosted a December reception as part of the World Bank’s Law, Justice, and Development Forum, with remarks by Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto. Mr. de Soto was chosen by Time magazine in 1999 as one of the five leading Latin American innovators of the century; Forbes magazine...
GW Law, the Elliott School for International Affairs, and Policy Forum Armenia hosted “A Conversation on Armenia” in June featuring Raffi Hovannisian, the first foreign minister of Armenia and the founding leader of that country’s Heritage Party. 
Three GW Law faculty members filed amicus briefs in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, a case that was reargued before the U.S. Supreme Court last fall. Above, Professor Bradford Clark (l), who submitted an amicus curiae brief for respondents, Paul Hoffman (center) of Schonbrun DeSimone Seplow Harris...
The ABA Section of International Law and GW Law presented the Third Annual “Live from L—International Lawyering for the U.S. Government in an Era of Smart Power: Emerging Issues for the Next Four Years” with the U.S. Department of State’s Office of the Legal Adviser. Audience members were able...
GW Law and the Kingdom of Morocco hosted a June panel discussion with Delegate-Minister for Moroccans Living Abroad Abdellatif Mazouz; Moroccan Ambassador to the U.S. Rachad Bouhlal; Council for a Community of Democracies’ President Emeritus and Vice President of the board of directors of the...
The Law School hosted an exhibition of stories about the Nazi mistreatment of Jewish lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich. The event was presented by the German Federal Bar in cooperation with the American Bar Association’s International Law Section.
GW Law organized its annual trip to India last December under the auspices of its India Initiative. The delegation was led by Chief Judge Randall R. Rader, JD ’78, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; Judge Kent Jordan of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; and...
GW President Steven Knapp and GW Law Interim Dean Gregory E. Maggs welcomed India’s minister of corporate affairs, H.E. Sachin Pilot, to the university in July.  At a meeting with GW faculty members and officials from India’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs and the Embassy of India, they...
In November Associate Dean Susan Karamanian and Professor Martin J. Adelman traveled to Japan for what has become a GW Law tradition—a Thanksgiving celebration to thank alumni and their guests for their ongoing friendship and support. The event was hosted by Yasuhiro Hagihara, MCL ‘68, and Takujiro...
Martina Vandenberg, Open Society Fellow and founder and president of the Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center, visited the Law School last fall to discuss global human trafficking and the methods used to help victims and bring traffickers to justice. 
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