Texas A&M University School of Law is kicking off its inaugural International Law Weekend South on Thursday, March 2.
Twenty-five international law experts, policy officials, and faculty will convene at Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth bringing together leadership from Halliburton, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and legal academics to examine key aspects of international trade, including:
* resource management and development,
* intellectual property impacts,
* the potential renegotiation of NAFTA,
* international corruption, and,
* regional and international agreements, and the role of judges in
enforcement of same.
International Law Weekend-South was established in cooperation with the American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA) and is co-sponsored by the American Society of International Law. ABILA
President and Georgetown Visiting Professor of Law David Stewart has already named International Law Weekend-South the Association’s official South Regional conference.
“This conference is going to provide a first-rate forum for exploring some of the most challenging questions of international law and practice facing the profession today, and – just as important – a terrific opportunity to engage students in thinking about cutting edge issues as well as career opportunities they may not have considered,” Stewart said.
For more information about International Law Weekend-South: law.tamu.edu/ILWS17