The Gonzaga Journal of International Law (GJIL) invites GU alumni, students, faculty, attorneys and the general public to attend its annual Symposium on Friday, March 22nd. The GJIL Symposium is an opportunity for legal scholars and practitioners to come together to discuss contemporary questions and challenges in the area of international law.
The theme of this year’s Symposium is “International Business and Trade: From Policy to Practice.”
Ved Nanda, John Evans University Professor and Thompson G. Marsh Professor of Law at Sturm College of Law, will deliver the keynote address. Additional topics include:
- Practical challenges and policy issues surrounding the commoditizing of knowledge and ideas
- Emerging ethical issues regarding international business transactions
- Human rights considerations in international surrogacy
- Important considerations when advising a private client concerning technical barriers to trade
CLE credits will be offered in connection with this day-long Symposium [6.25 credits, including 2.0 ethical credits pending]. Feel free to register through the online registration. Mail-in registration coming soon. For questions about the symposium or additional details on how to register, please contact Andrea Close & Jeremy Page, Symposium Editors. Any other questions, please contact Vicky Daniels at 509-313-3920.