- Feb. 7, 2006 at noon "The State-Federal Divide in Corporate Bankruptcy Law" by Sefa Franken, Faculty
of Law, Center for Company Law, University of Tilburg, The
Netherlands. Hosted by Professor Bill Whitford and cosponsored by the
European Union Center of Excellence and GLSI. Noon talk in Lubar
Commons (7200 Law).
- Feb. 7, 2006 at 3:30 "Spreading America's Word: Stories of Its Lawyer Missionaries" by Paul Carrington,
Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law. Professor Carrington
will discuss his book about the role of many American lawyers and
statesmen in international politics who have striven sine 1776 to make
governments and laws of other peoples more like their own. Hosted by
Professor Marc Galanter. Open to faculty and graduate students.
3:30-5:00 in Lubar Commons (7200 Law).
- March 31, 2006 WILJ Symposium: Humanitarian Intervention after 9/11.
Sponsored by the Wisconsin International Law Journal and the
Humanitarianism and World Order Research Circle of the International
Institute under the direction of Scott Straus, Assistant Professor,
Department of Political Science, and Heinz Klug, Professor of Law, H.I.
Romnes Faculty Fellow, and Director of the Global Legal Studies
Initiative. Cosponsored by the Global Studies Program and GLSI. All day
event in Law School room 2260. For more information consult the Symposium Homepage or email WILJ Symposium Editor Kristen Fricchione at email@example.com.
- April 6, 2006 "Rebuilding Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Relevance of Islamic
Law" by His Eminence, Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufti of Bosnia.
Hosted by Professor Asifa Quraishi at noon in Lubar Commons (7200 Law). Cosponsored
by LISAR and the Project for Law and the Humanities. Lunch provided. Dr. Ceric
serves as spiritual leader for millions of European Muslims and enjoys an
international reputation for his willingness to speak across religious lines.
- April 24, 2006 Marshall Monnet Lecture: "New Governance in EU Environmental Regulation" by Joanne Scott,
Professor of European Law and Director of the Center for Law and
Governance in Europe, University College London. Noon-2:00 in Lubar
Commons (7200 Law). Approved for 2.0 CLE Credits for Wisconsin
- April 24, 2006 "Public Health and Comparative Health Policy in the EU: A Transatlantic Dialogue"
Workshop cosponsored by the European Union Center of Excellence, The
Center for Global Health (CGH), the Law School Health Law Project, the
Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), the Global
Legal Studies Initiative (GLSI) and the Institute for Legal Studies
(ILS). Guest speakers include Tamara Hervey (Professor of Law,
Nottingham), Dr.Francisco Sevilla (OECD), and Canice Nolan (European
Commission) with commentary by UW Professors Javier Nieto, Dave
Kinding, and Louise Trubek. April 24: 3:00-6:00 at the Medical School -
Health Sciences Learning Center.For more information contact Sebnem
Ozkan at firstname.lastname@example.org.