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Live from L The ABA Section of International Law and GW Law presented the Third Annual “Live from L—International Lawyering for the U.S. Government in an Era of Smart Power: Emerging Issues for the Next Four Years” with the U.S. Department of State’s Office of the Legal Adviser. Audience members were able to join Legal Adviser Harold Hongju Koh, his team, and Associate Dean Susan Karamanian in person or online.
Moroccan Rule of Law Reforms
The Law School hosted an exhibition of stories about the Nazi mistreatment of Jewish lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich. The event was presented by the German Federal Bar in cooperation with the American Bar Association’s International Law Section.
Roundtable on U.S.-Japan Trade Relations GW Law Professors Thomas Schoenbaum and Steve Charnovitz convened a roundtable last fall on U.S.– Japan Trade Relations.
ABOVE Professor Thomas Schoenbaum and Professor Fabrizio Fracchia of Bocconi University, Milan, Italy. BELOW Professor Steve Charnovitz and retired Professor Mitsuo Matsushita of the University of Tokyo
GW Law and the Kingdom of Morocco hosted a June panel discussion with Delegate-Minister for Moroccans Living Abroad Abdellatif Mazouz; Moroccan Ambassador to the U.S. Rachad Bouhlal; Council for a Community of Democracies’ President Emeritus and Vice President of the board of directors of the Council for a Community of Democracies Richard C. Rowson; co-founder of Morocco World News Samir Bennis; and Moroccan-American lawyer Leila Hanafi, LLM ‘12. winter 2014 | www.law.gwu.edu
Published on Jan 14, 2014
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