2013-14 Colloquia and Distinguished Speaker Series

Each year, the Center for International And Comparative Law invites distinguished speakers to speak on relevant topics. Students from any law school, alumni, and the legal community are invited to attend.

February 3, 12:00 – 1:30

Professor Gordon Silverstein, Yale Law School

Authoritarian Regimes and the Rule of Law: What China Can Learn From Singapore

Professor Gordon Silverstein, Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs and Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School.
Sponsored by Whittier’s Center for International and Comparative Law

February 6, 12:00 – 1:30

Professor David Law, Washington University School of Law

The Globalization of Constitutional Courts: Japan, Korea, and Taiwan

Professor David Law, Washington University School of Law.
Sponsored by Whittier’s Center for International and Comparative Law

March 14, 12:00 – 1:30

Professor Gary Jacobsohn, University of Texas at Austin

Religion, Republicanism, and Emergency

Professor Gary Jacobsohn, University of Texas at Austin.
Sponsored by Whittier’s Center for International and Comparative Law

March 27, 12:00 – 1:30

Professor Sara Dillon, Suffolk University Law School

UNCRC Article 20: A Cascade of Unaddressed Violations

Prof. Sara Dillon, Suffolk University Law School.
Co-Sponsored by Whittier’s Center for Children’s Rights and Center for International and Comparative Law

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