International Law Colloquium
Demonstrating a commitment to international legal scholarship, Temple Law School and its Institute for International Law and Public Policy have inaugurated a colloquium series through which top international legal academics present substantial works-in-progress to the law school community. These scholars will present draft papers on Tuesday afternoons at 4:00 p.m. in Barrack Hall, room 205. Presentations will be open to the Temple Law School Community.
Fall 2011 guest speakers:
“Codifying Customary International Law”Tim Meyer, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Georgia School of LawDiscussant: Jessica Stanton, Assistant Professor University of Pennsylvania Political Science Department
“Conceptions of Legitimacy among International Entities in the Global Political Economy”Claire Kelly, Professor of Law, Brooklyn University School of LawDiscussant: Andrew Strauss, Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development Widner Law
“The Political Foundations of Judicial Independence in the European Union”R. Daniel Kelemen, Associate Prof. of Political Science Director, Center for European Studies Rutgers UniversityDiscussant: Fernanda Nicola, Associate Professor of Law American University Washington College of Law
“Clash of Paradigms: Actors and Analogies Shaping the Investment Treaty System” Anthea Roberts, Lecturer in Law, The London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of LawDiscussant: William Burke-White, Deputy Dean and Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School
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