Section of International Law 2009 Fall Meeting
October 27 - 31, 2009
This Fall Meeting promises to be exceptional, with a projected attendance of approximately 1000 international law practitioners, academics, and NGO and government officials. They are offering a slate of 59 programs – five concurrent sessions in each time slot -- featuring top-notch speakers from across the globe. The sessions will be clustered in the following eight areas (“tracks”):
- Business / Transactional
- Corporate Counsel
- Dispute Resolution / Litigation
- International Trade / Regulatory
- Latin America / Caribbean
- Law Practice
- Public International Law / Rule of Law
- Young Lawyers
A number of these programs will focus on the global economy and its effects on lawyers and their clients. The sessions promise to be exceptionally timely and relevant to your practice.
Ian Laird is one of the speakers addressing "State of Necessity and Force Majeure in an Age of Global Economic Crisis Corporate Counsel, Dispute Resolution/Litigation"; Lisa Savitt is the Program Chair on the subject of "Should We Stay or Should We Go? - Dispute Resolution/Litigation, Young Lawyers" and Aryeh Portnoy is one of the speakers; Theodore Posner is one of the speakers addressing "DR-CAFTA: Towards an Appellate Mechanism in Investor/State Arbitration Dispute Resolution/Litigation, Public International Law/Rule of Law, International Trade/Regulatory."
Crowell & Moring is one of the sponsors.
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