The CICL Colloquia Series

The CICL Colloquia series brings experts in international and comparative law to campus to share their scholarly expertise, practical experience, and career insights with CICL Fellows and CICL Certificate candidates.

Past Colloquia have featured:

  • U.N. Special Rapporteurs Hilal Elver and Richard Falk, U.C. Santa Barbara, Re-envisioning Global Justice in International Law
  • Gary Jacobsohn, University of Texas at Austin, Religion, Republicanism, and Emergency
  • Anil Kalhan, The Deep State and the Judiciary in Pakistan
  • David Law, Washington University, The Globalization of Constitutional Courts: Japan, Korea, and Taiwan
  • Rachel Stern, Berkeley Law School, Environmental Litigation in China

Past Symposia have included:

  • “Expanding Critical Spaces in International Law” (2012) (Keynote Speaker: Professor Tayyab Mahmud, Seattle University)
  • “Muslims in the United States and Beyond” (co-sponsored by Whittier Law Review, Middle Eastern Law Students Association, Iranian Law Students Association, BALSA and International Law Society)
  • “The Global Medicine Challenge” (co-sponsored by the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Whittier Law Review) (2013)