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Workshops on Current Issues in International Law: Implications for Wisconsin

The UW Law School Global Legal Studies Center, the UW-Madison Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy, and the International Practice Section of the State Bar are co-sponsoring three workshops on Current Issues in International Law: Implications for Wisconsin

The workshops are free for attorneys, policy makers, state agency personnel, civil society groups, students and others interested in global legal issues. Continuing legal education credits are pending.

Description of the workshops:

Due to globalization, international society is rapidly shrinking with the line between international law and national law becoming increasingly blurred. Given the increasing importance of international law and how close it has become to our day to day lives, we are organizing a series of workshops on the following topics:

February 18: Innovation: Role of the University, Industry and Intellectual Property Law

March 22: Beyond Copenhagen: Climate Change and Wisconsin

April 15: Legal Aspects of Doing Business in India

Click on the individual titles to view the agenda of a particular workshop.
Click here to view a full overview of the workshops and access the registration form.

All workshops run from 2:45-6:00 pm (reception from 5:30-6:00 pm) and are held in Lubar Commons (7200 Law) at the UW Law School.

Registration is free but space is limited. If you would like to register, please fill in the registration form and fax, email or mail it to Sumudu Atapattu (see below for contact details) before the date indicated for each workshop in order to facilitate planning. Registration is requested by 2/17 for Innovation, 3/15 for Beyond Copenhagen, and 4/9 for India. Access registration form here.

Questions? Contact: Sumudu Atapattu
Associate Director, Global Legal Studies Center
University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 6222 975 Bascom Mall,
Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608) 890-1395, fax: (608) 262-5486
saatapattu@wisc.edu