Global Events and News

Current Events

 

2012-2013 Academic Year

 

August 30

5:00-6:30 pm

LL.M. Honors Reception

 

Furman Hall

Sexton Student Forum

September 10

4:00-5:30 pm

Hauser Welcome Reception

 

Furman Hall

Sexton Student Forum

October 1, 2, & 4

 

Global Fellows Forum - Fall Forum

 

Furman Hall

Room 910

October 2

12:00-2:00pm

Hauser Scholars Lunch

 

Vanderbilt Hall

Snow Dining Room

October 9

5:30-8:00 pm

Distinguished Fellow Lecture Series: India's Constitutional Development - A conversation and debate with Ramachandra Guha

D'Agostino Hall

Lipton Hall

October 26

11:00-12:00 pm

Q&A Session with Sarah Weiss Ma'udi, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Vanderbilt Hall

Room 201

December 4

4:00-5:30 pm

Hauser Festive Reception

 

Vanderbilt Hall

Greenberg Lounge

February 12

6:00-8:00 pm

Hauser Annual Dinner

 

Vanderbilt Hall

Greenberg Lounge

April 8 & 16

Schedule TBA

Global Fellows Forum - Spring Forum

 

Furman Hall Room 910

22 Washington Square North

April 29

4:30-6:00 pm

Hauser Farewell Reception

 

Vanderbilt Hall

Snow Dining Room

 

 

 

 

 

Past Events

 

 

2011-2012 Academic Year

 

October 4

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Judicial Use of Comparative and International Authority: A Comparative Analysis"
Presented by: Senior Global Research Fellow Nicholas Bamforth

Furman Hall

Room 120

 

October 19

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Rating triggers and overall market risk: do we need more regulation?"
Presented by: Global Research Fellow Federico Parmeggiani

Furman Hall

Room 316

 

November 2

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Legal Responses to Domestic Violence in Canada and the United States: Comparing Specialized DV Courts"
Presented by: Global Research Fellow Jennifer Koshan

Furman Hall

Room 324

 

November 18

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "From International Goodwill to Transnational Policy: The Demise of Trademark Property in Conflicts Doctrine"

Presented by: Global Fellow from Practice and Government Tim Dornis

Furman Hall

Room 324

 

November 29

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: Legal Aspects of the Security-Development Nexus: International Administrative Law as a Check on the Use of Development Assistance in the War on Terror

Presented by: Senior Global Research Fellow Graham Mayeda

Furman Hall

Room 120

 

December 6

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: Collegial Rule-Implementation: Peer Reviews in Global Administrative Law
Presented by: Hauser Research Scholar Georgios Dimitropoulos

Furman Hall

Room 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2011 Semester

 

February 3

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Optimal allocation of law-making power over bankruptcy law in multi-level legal systems: Is there a case for a 'federal' bankruptcy law in the EU?"

Presented by: Global Research Fellow Federico Mucciarelli

March 3

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "The Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties on Civil and Political Rights"

Presented by: Senior Global Research Fellow Ralph Wilde

"Judicial Activism in International Law"

Presented by: Global Research Fellow Fuad Zarbiyev
 

March 10

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Enforcement of Expectiations to Multinational Companies- A Contribution to Global Company Law"

Presented by: Senior Global Research Fellow Ola Mestad

April 7

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Making Use of RTAs for the Creation of a Global Climate Change Agreement"

Presented by: Rafael Leal-Arcas

April 14

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "The Extraterritorial Effect of Judgments Setting Aside and Recognizing Int’l Arbirtal Awards"

Presented by: Maxi Scherer

April 21

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Transnational Networks, Intellectual Properties"

Presented by: Cesar Rodriguez-Garavito

May 4

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: The Notwithstanding Mechanism: American Theory, Canadian Practice

Presented by: Tsvi Kahana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2010 Semester

 

October 4

Private screening: VLAST (POWER)

An unvarnished film of political upheaval, consolidation of power, and the erosion of democracy in modern Russia, followed by a discussion of the Mikhail khodorkovsky prosecution.

Vanderbilt Hall 

 

October 7

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "A Revised Theory of Multilevel Governance: The Practice of Enforcement"

Presented by: Hauser Research Scholar Josephine Van Zeben

Furman Hall

Room 330 

October 14

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "On the Role of Courts in Contesting and Accommodating Public Authority in a Normative Pluriverse"

Presented by: Hauser Research Scholar Ingo Venzke

Furman Hall

Room 330 

October 28

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Governmental Data Mining of Personal Information- From Theoretical Mappings to Policy Responses"

Presented by: Hauser Research Scholar Tal Zarsky

Furman Hall

Room 330 

November 18

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Copyright governance in a multilevel European legal system: actors, interests and institutional design"
Presented by: Global Research Fellow Antonia Bakardjieva Engelbrekt

Furman Hall

Room 330

December 9

12:00-1:50 pm

Fellows Forum: "Government Control of Cross-Border M&A: Legitimate Regulation or Protectionism"
Presented by: Senior Global Research Andreas Heinemann

Fellows Forum: "Vertical Price Restraints: Is there a model that fits both the US and Europe?" 
Presented by: Global Research Fellow Christian Hofmann

 

Furman Hall

Room 330

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2010 Semester

 

January 19
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "The Role of Behaviour Biases in Agency Theory"

Presented by Moran Ofir

Furman Hall
Room 120

January 26
12:00-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "The Absence of Direct Effect of WTO Law in the EC-Legal System. A Matter of Institutional Balancing

Presented by Global Emile Noel Fellow Antonello Tancredi
Furman Hall
room 120
February 2
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "EU's Possible Future? The Transofrmative Potentioal of the Tandem of European Citizenship and Equality"

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Dmitry Kochenov

Furman Hall
room 120
February 18
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "US Tax Rules for Triangular Type Reorganizations and their Implication for Japanese Law" and "The differences between income tax simplication aims - creating structure in tax simplication"

Presented by Tetsuya Watanabe and Frank Pedersen

Furman Hall
Room 120

February 23
12-1:50pm
Fellows Forum: "Regulatory Sanctions in the UK and US: Towards a Transatlantic Convergence"

Presented by Richard Macrory
Furman Hall
Room 120
March 2
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Competition, Innovation, Antitrust and IP Law: Problems of Applying an Economic Approach to the Law"

Presented by Wolfgang Kerber

Furman Hall
Room 120

March 4
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Different country, Different Definition? The Constitutional Meaning of the Principle of Equality"

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Diletta Tega

Furman Hall
Room 120

March 9
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "The Shifting Meanings of Rule of Law in Pakistan" and "the Paradox of Constitutionalism in Modern Arab States: The Case of Iraq, Lebanon, and Palestine"

Presented by Sadaf Aziz and Asem Khalil

Furman Hall

Room 120

March 12
4:00-6:00pm
Tracking Human Rights Worldwide: A Conversation on Human Rights in the 21st Century and the State Department's 2009 Country Reports Furman Hall
Pollack Colloquium
March 12
6:00pm
The (im)possibility of global governance?  An unsolved intellectual puzzle in a multi-level, multi-jurisdictional world Deutsches Haus
42 Washington Mews

March 23
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Inclusion, Exclusion and the Copenhagen Political Accession Criteria: The Case of turkey and Poland"

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Sarah Kahn-Nisser

Furman Hall
Room 120

April 6
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "EU and US Approach to regulating technology markers" and "Moral Rights and New Technology"

Presented by Keving Coates and Mira Sundara Rajan

Furman Hall
Room 120

April 13
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "European Union Health Law and Policy in Global Context"

Presented by Global Emile Noel Fellow Miriam Aziz

Furman Hall
Room 120

April 20
12-1:50pm
Fellows Forum: "Inclusion, Exclusion and the Copenhagen Political Accession Criteria: The Case of Turkey and Poland"

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Stefania Ninatti

Furman Hall
Room 120

April 27
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Contemporary Legal Theories in the Analysis of Human Rights Jurisprudence"
 
Presented by Paula Gaido 

Furman Hall
Room 120  

April 27
5-7pm

            Global Farewell Reception                                      

             Snow Dining Room

             Vanderbilt Hall 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2009 Semester

 

August 25
3-4:30pm

New Fellows Orientation

Furman Hall
Room 324

August 25
4:30-6pm
New Fellows Reception D'Agostino Hall
14th Floor Terrace
September 8
5-6pm

Hauser Global Law School Program Welcome Reception

D'Agostino Hall
Lipton Hall
(By invitation only)
September 29
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Individualization of Punishment and Social Defence in the Criminal Law of the Early Twentieth Century" 

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Michele Piferri

Furman Hall
Room 120

October 6
12-1:50pm
Fellows Forum: "Comparing Apples and Bananas: How ASEAN look towards the EU"

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Michael Ewing Chow
Furman Hall
Room 120
October 13
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Global Environmentalism and the Internationalization of the Amazon"

Presented by Emile Noel Fellow Sylvia Tesh

Furman Hall
Room 120

October 30
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Investment Protection Law and Systematic Integration of Treaty and Custom"

Presented by Hauser Research Fellow Martins Paparinskis

Furman Hall
Room 120

November 3
6:00pm-8:00pm

The History of Modernization in Japan and the "Foundation of Freedom:

Professors Carol Gilligan, David Richards, and Frank Upham, in collaboration with the Hauser Global Law School Program, will host a talk and discussion with Professor Kazuo Sato, Professor at Chiba University in Japan. Professor Sato will discuss the result of the recent general election in Japan, introducing the possibility of representative democracy in Japan for the first time.

Professor Sato's many books include Women's Criticism of Modernization, In Praise of Friendship Between Men and Women, and Struggle Against the Stupidity of Labour.

Reception to follow.  Please join us.

Vanderbilt Hall
Greenberg Lounge
November 6
12:00-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Deliberative Performance of Constiutional Courts"

Presented by Hauser Research Fellow Conrado Mendes

Fellows Forum: "A Comparative History of Disability Rights in the EU, US, and the UN from the Perspective of Social Systems Theory and New Governance"

Presented by Global Research Fellow Vlad Perju

Furman Hall
Room 120

November 10
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Post-International Conflicts: The Obligations Due to Former 'Protected Persons'"

Presented by Global Research Fellow Siobhan Wills

Furman Hall
Room 120

November 24
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "Rethinking Global Investment Regulation in the SWF's Era"

Presented by Global Fellow from Practice & Government Efraim Chalamish

Furman Hall
Room 120

December 1
12-1:50pm

Fellows Forum: "The Private Regulation of Environment"

Presented by Global Research Fellow Maurizia de Bellis

Furman Hall
Room 120

December 2      

5-7pm

Festive Reception (By InvitationOnly)                                                   

Greenberg Lounge

Vanderbilt Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2009 Semester

 

January 21

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "Complexity as the premise for the simplification of income tax" Presented by Frank Pedersen Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

January 28

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "The Order to Pay: A Legal History" Presented by Professor Benjamin Geva

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

January 30

1pm

Hauser Pot Luck Lunch Furman Hall, Room 324

February 10

6-9pm

Hauser Global Law School Program Annual Dinner

Honoring Professor Norman Dorsen

Guest Speaker: Giuliano Amato

D'Agostino Hall, Martin Lipton Hall

February 11

6:15pm-7:45pm

International Criminal Justice: Does it Work? A Public Lecture by Theodor Meron

Lester Pollack Colloquium Room

Furman Hall

February 18

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "Opt-in or opt-out? A comparative study Presented by Filippo Valguarnera

Also presenting Joel Gonzalez on "Tor Law in Chile and Latin America: learning from the American System"

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

February 25

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "The Crossroads of European Union Law, private International Law and Human Rights Law" Prestented by Iris Canor

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

March 4

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "International Dispute Settlement Bodies and Environmental Protection from a Chinese Lawyer's Perspective" Presented by Xiuli Han Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

April 1

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "Implementing the Responsibility for Abusive Granting of Sovereign Loans, presented by Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky

Also presenting Tillman Braun on "The Effects of Globaliztion on the Development of International Investment Law"

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

April 8

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "The Rule of Law and the War on terror: The Case of Interpol "Notices" system" presented by Mario Savino

Also presenting Raphael van Steenberghe on "The Duty to Extradite or Prosecute"

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

April 9

12-2pm

Fellows Pot Luck Lunch

Furman Hall, Room 120

(By Invitation Only)

April 22

12-2pm

Fellows Forum "Market-based Welfare Mechanisms" presented by Jacob Nussim

Also presenting Duoqi Xu on "Legal Issues of Tax Planning: A Sino-US Comparison

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

April 27

5-7pm

Farewell Reception, hosted by Hauser Global Law School Program 

Snow Dining Room

(By Invitation Only)

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2008 Semester

 

 

 

December 4,
5-7pm
Hauser Festive Reception Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall
(By invitation only)
November 18, 12:50pm Study Abroad Information Sessions Furman Hall, 334
November 17, 5pm Global Legal Education and India: Establishing a Global Law School in India Snow Dining Room, Vanderbilt Hall
November 13, 4pm Study Abroad Information Sessions Furman Hall, 334
October 28 & 29

The Normalizing of Adjudication in Complex International Governance Regimes: Patterns, Possibilities, and Problems

See link for locations
October 24
12-1:30pm
Distinguished Global Fellow Lecture:
To be a Judge on the Appellate Body of the WTO
Pollack Colloquium,
Furman Hall
October 1
1:00-1:50pm
Brown Bags and Books "A Life in Transition" by Alex Boraine Vanderbilt Hall,
Room 204
September 9
9:30-5pm

Selecting International Judges: Principle, Process and Politics

Greenberg Lounge,
Vanderbilt Hall

September 4
5-6pm

Hauser Global Law School Program Welcome Reception

Faculty Lounge,
Vanderbilt Hall
(By invitation only)

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2008 Semester

 

 

 

March 13-15 A Just Empire? Rome's Legal Legacy and the Justification
of War and Empire in International Law
Commemorative Conference on Alberico Gentili (1552-1608)
Lester Pollack Colloquium Room,
Furman Hall, 9th Floor.
By invitation and RSVP only.
Monday
March 24

Vanderbilt Speaker Series
Matthew Mallow

1:00 - 2:30 PM
Furman Hall, Room 910
By invitation only.
Tuesday
March 25

Global Fellows Forum
Dr. Thomas Krebs

12:00 - 2:00 PM
Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202
By invitation and RSVP only.
Sunday
March 30
Global Reception
with Professor J.H.H. Weiler for graduate students of China.
Details forthcoming.
By invitation and RSVP only.
Monday
March 31
J.S.D. Forum
Juan Gonzalez, J.S.D. Candidate
Commentator, Professor Jeremy Waldron
Moderator, Professor J.H.H. Weiler
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Furman Hall, Room 910
By invitation only.
Sunday
April 13
Global Reception
with Professor J.H.H. Weiler for graduate students of Europe.
Details forthcoming.
Monday
April 14
Vanderbilt Speaker Series
Alessandra Tebaldi-Castelli
1:00 - 2:30 PM
Furman Hall, Room 910
By invitation only.
Tuesday
April 15
Emile Noel Fellows Forum
Anne Degrand Guillaud
Details forthcoming.
Monday
April 28
Global Programs Farewell Reception Details forthcoming.
By Invitation only.
June 13 - 14 'GAL: From Fragmentation to Unity?'
Institute for International Law and Justice
Viterbo IV Seminar
Political Science Faculty of
La Tuscia University
Viterbo, Italy 

If you have inquires regarding Hauser Global Law School Program events please contact globalevents@juris.law.nyu.edu

 

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