The Trade, Investment and Development Program proudly hosts the Third Annual Wenger Lecture: "The Great Paradox: Economic Nationalism in an Interdependent Age," featuring Rufus Yerxa, President of the National Foreign Trade Council. Read more
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American University Washington College of Law’s Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, in conjunction with the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria Law School, the Network of Latin American Scholars on Gender, Sexuality and the Law ALAS, and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, presented a two-day conference in Mexico City, Mexico this week to discuss issues of sexual and gender based violence.Read more
American University Washington College of Law congratulates Professor Robert K. Goldman on his election as president of the International Commission of Jurists(ICJ). The ICJ is one of the oldest and most respected NGOs in the world. Since 1952, it has worked to advance and uphold the rule of law and human rights around the world.Read more
American University Washington College of Law is pleased to welcome the 2018-2019 Humphrey Fellows from Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Jordan, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, South Sudan, Turkey, and Uganda.Read more
American University Washington College of Law proudly hosts the Sixth Biennial Global Conference of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) on “International Economic Law in Unsettling Times”, the largest conference in the history of SIEL. The Conference attracted 300 attendees from around the world, including 194 speakers presenting 150 papers.Read more
Professor and Dean Emeritus Claudio Grossman offered a seminar in human rights in the Training Session for Legal Professionals and Students "Los Derechos de Las Mujeres y los Derechos Humanos” at the Faculty of Law, the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.Read more
AUWCL hosts the Program on Comparative Judging, a unique two-day roundtable discussion for Judges from the United States, France, Italy, Japan and Brazil. Judges discussed a wide variety of issues facing Judges in virtually all legal systems around the world.Read more