International and Comparative Law Workshops
Launched in 2013, WCL’s International and Comparative Law Workshop Series provides an opportunity for the scholarly exchange of ideas relating to international and comparative law. Leading scholars from inside and outside American University are invited to present papers or other works in progress. If you would be interested in presenting, please contact the Workshop organizers, Prof. Fernanda Nicola (fnicola@wcl) or Prof. Janie Chuang (jchuang@wcl).
WCL International and Comparative Law Workshops
Monday, January 27, Room 600, Presentation by Professor Macarena Saez (WCL) on Transforming Family Law Through Same-sex Marriage: Lessons from around the world, Commentator: Professor Nancy Polikoff (WCL)
Monday, April 14, Room 401, Presentation by Dean Sebastiano Maffettone, (LUISS School of Political Sciences) on Global Justice Commentator: Kenneth Anderson (WCL)
- Thursday, September 19, Room 504, International and Comparative Law Faculty Lighting Rounds (Introduction and brief presentations by WCL faculties interested in attending the workshop). Brown bag lunch.
- Monday, September 30, Room 600, Presentation by Professor Julio César González Pagés, La Havana, Cuba, Commentator: Professor Mary Clark. His latest book can be found at www.redmasculinidades.com. PODCAST HERE.
- Thursday, November 21, Room 600, “Comparative Constitutional Law in Action: Korea, Taiwan, and Japan” presentation by Professor David S. Law, Washington University, Saint Louis, Commentator: Steve Vladeck.
The workshops are sponsored by ILSP and are open to all WCL faculties teaching, researching, or interested in the field. The meetings will take place from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM. For ideas or thoughts please email the organizers Fernanda Nicola (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Janie Chuang (email@example.com).
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org