Countdown to Brexit: Causes, Consequences, and Controversies

Countdown to Brexit: Causes, Consequences, and Controversies

15 Oct, 2019

Join AU faculty from SIS, SPA, CAS, Kogod, and the Washington College of Law on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 for two panel discussions on what led up to Brexit, economic and legal issues related to Brexit, and its political and societal ramifications in the UK, the EU, and beyond. The first panel, 1:30-2:45 p.m., will cover economic and legal issues. The second panel, 2:50-4:00 p.m., will cover political and social issues.

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AU Human Rights Series: Domestic Implementation of Int'l Human Rights Judgments: An Ongoing Conversation in the European and Inter-American HR Systems

AU Human Rights Series: Domestic Implementation of Int'l Human Rights Judgments: An Ongoing Conversation in the European and Inter-American HR Systems

29 May, 2019

Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm at ASIL Tillar House | The Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and the American Society of International Law present as part of the Human Rights Speaker Series: Domestic Implementation of International Human Rights Judgments: An Ongoing Conversation in the European and Inter-American Human Rights Systems.

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The Age of Women: Why Feminism also Liberates Men

The Age of Women: Why Feminism also Liberates Men

10 Apr, 2019

On April 10, the Embassy of Belgium, American University Washington College of Law and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research will organize the launch of Belgium’s Deputy Prime Minister Alexander De Croo’s book “The Age of Women. Why Feminism Also Liberates Men”. The event will take place at 4pm, at AUWCL. This event is made possible by generous support of the European Commission.

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The Diffusion of Populism and the Erosion of the Rule of Law

The Diffusion of Populism and the Erosion of the Rule of Law

27 Mar, 2019

March 27, 2019, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm, preceded by a lunch at 1 pm | Room C217, 2nd Floor, Capital Building. Presented by the Program on International Organizations, Law and Development, the European Law Association and ITALSA.

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The Geopolitics of Law in Latin America: Transnational Litigation and Investment Arbitration

The Geopolitics of Law in Latin America: Transnational Litigation and Investment Arbitration

04 Apr, 2018

Large money judgments may depend on qualitative assessments of foreign legal systems as a whole. Both transnational litigation and investor-state arbitration require adjudicators to decide on the fitness of foreign law at certain points. This presentation will critically discuss the evidence available for assessing Latin American legal systems in those contexts.

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Comparing Mining Laws in Africa: Natural Resources, Technology and Communities

Comparing Mining Laws in Africa: Natural Resources, Technology and Communities

28 Mar, 2018

Lecturer: Nneoma Nwogu, World Bank Senior Counsel

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