UM Global Governance Symposium

Here's an interesting conference that I will be attending right here at UM: The Global Governance Symposium coming up this Friday. Full details below — come join us! If you can't make it in person, there's a high likelihood that it will be webcast; I'll post the details if and when they become available.

Global Governance Symposium
March 4, 2005
University of Miami School of Law, Room 209

9.00 am
Welcome Remarks: Dennis Lynch, Dean
Todd Payne, Esq., President, School of Law Alumni Association

9.15 am – 11:00 am
Chair: Professor William Twining
Professor Patrick O. Gudridge, A New World Order?
Professor Michael Froomkin, The World Turned Upside Down: ICANN and International Treaty Law
Professor David Abraham, From Sovereignty to Governmentality and Back

11.15 am -12.30 pm
Professor Frances R. Hill, Identifying Terrorist Organizations—Conflicting Standards
Professor Caroline Bradley, Private International Law-Making

Luncheon 12.30 – 2:00 pm
School of Law Student Lounge

2.00 – 3.00 pm
Professor Robert Rosen, Comparative Management of Corporate Legal Compliance,
Virginia Quijada, Esq., Senior Director, Oracle Consulting Services, Latin America
Marilyn Blanco-Reyes, Esq., Managing Director-Legal, Latin America & Caribbean, FedEx Express

3.15 – 4:30 pm
Chair: Professor Richard L. Williamson, Jr.
Professor Alan Swan, NAFTA’s Grant of “Direct Effect” to Investor Rights:
Structural Reform of Global Economic Governance
Professor Keith Rosenn, The Downside of Globalization

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