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Global Fellows Forum

Spring 2012 Semester

Each semester the Global Fellows Forum convenes regularly offering a space for fellows to lecture on their research projects and receive feedback from faculty commentators, fellows and invited guests. Below is the schedule for the Spring 2012 forums. All files for download, which are made available here before each event, are draft versions in .pdf format. Do not cite without the expressed consent of the author.

 Date  Presenter
Tuesday
January 17

12:00-2:00 pm
VH201

Emanuel Towfigh
Hauser Research Scholar

Topic: Politics Without Parties

Commentator: Professor Samuel Issacharoff

Download: Abstract

Tuesday
January 24

12:00-2:00 pm
FH 318

Rephael Ben-Ari
Global Research Fellow

Topic: The 100 Year Story of Ameliorating a Formal Normative Status for INGOs (1912-2012):Contextual Historical Analysis of Past and Present Attempts

Commentator: Professor Joseph Weiler

Download: Paper

Tuesday
February 7

12:00-2:00 pm
VH201

Melanie Samson
Global Research Fellow

Topic: Global Health Standards: Between the Modernist and Postmodernist Paradigms of Law

Commentator: Professor Dick Stewart

Download: Abstract or Paper

Tuesday
February 21

12:00-2:00 pm
VH 201

Francesca Romanin-Jacur
Global Research Fellow

Topic: Changing Climate in Climate Change Investment: An International Law Perspective   

Commentator: Professor Dick Stewart

Download: Abstract or Paper

Tuesday
February 28

12:00-2:00 pm
VH 201

Libin Li
Global Fellow from Practice & Government

Topic: Mandatory Information Disclosure for Collective Bargaining in Chinese Labor Law

Commentator: Professor Cynthia Estlund

Download: Paper

Tuesday
March 6

12:00-2:00 pm
VH 201

Choong-Kee Lee
Global Research Fellow

Topic: How to Adopt and Develop Anglo-American Concept of Fiduciary Law in a Civil Law System : A Korean Perspective

Commentator: Professor Stephen Choi

Download: Paper

Tuesday
March 27

12:00-2:00 pm
VH 201

Jasper Finke
Global Research Fellow

Topic: Law and Crisis

Commentator: Professor Robert Howse

Download: Paper

Tuesday
April 3

12:00-2:00 pm
VH 201

Congyan Cai
Global Research Fellow

Topic: The United States Influences on Modern Investment Treaty Regime

Commentator: Professor Jose Alvarez

 

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