The Miller Institute is honored to host Regulating the Tech Sphere: Data Privacy in Europe and Beyond, a lunch talk featuring Judge Thomas von Danwitz (EU Court of Justice) and Professor Anu Bradford (Columbia), on Wednesday, April 5. Moderated by Professor Paul Schwartz. Cosponsored by PrivLAB. Don’t miss this special opportunity to hear from world-renowned authorities on European Union case law and information privacy! Speakers will share topical insights about digital market competition, international trade law, and global economic regulation, and answer questions from the floor.
Berkeley Law Goldberg Room 297, 12:50-1:50pm. Open to all Berkeley Law students. Boxed lunch offered at 12:30pm for those attending the event (first-come, first-served basis). Please RSVP here: https://forms.gle/xwds4cDhim6bxsCC6
The Miller Institute is excited to host Using Tools of Financial Pressure in Furtherance of Human Rights, a Q&A lunch talk with global sanctions expert Justyna Gudzowska, on Wednesday, March 15. Moderated by Professor Saira Mohamed. Berkeley Law Goldberg Room 297, 12:50-1:50pm. Open to all Berkeley Law students. Boxed lunch offered at 12:30pm for those attending the event (first-come, first-served basis). Please RVSP here: https://forms.gle/MPy99vDoXUeNorug7
Tuesday, March 7: Lunchtime Talk on Careers in International Human Rights Law
The Miller Institute is pleased to host a special Q&A lunch talk on the theme, “International Law and Economic Development,” featuring Prof. Kevin Davis, Beller Family Professor of Business Law at New York University School of Law, on Monday, February 27, 12:50-1:50pm in Law 295/Warren Room, Berkeley Law. Professor Davis’ research and teaching focus on the relationship between law and economic development, with particular emphasis on anti-corruption law, commercial law, and measurement of the performance of legal systems. His publications include over 50 articles or essays, four edited volumes, and a monograph, Between Impunity and Imperialism: The Regulation of Transnational Bribery (Oxford, 2019). Prof. Davis joined the NYU law faculty in 2004 and served as Vice Dean for Global Affairs 2012–2017. He holds a B.A. from McGill University, a LL.B. from the University of Toronto, and a LL.M. from Columbia University. Prof. Davis will discuss his work, life, and career path at this informal Q&A moderated by Tragen Professor of International Law and Miller Institute Faculty Co-Director, Dr. Katerina Linos. Boxed lunch available at 12:30pm for those attending the event (first-come, first-served basis). To RSVP (appreciated but not mandatory), email email@example.com or click: https://forms.gle/nXg8GjkK3sobN6r3A
The Miller Institute is delighted to announce an in-person “Careers in International Law: Training Workshop with ASIL” event on Wednesday, February 15, featuring Taylor Kilpatrick, Program Officer at the American Society of International Law. Berkeley Law Room 105, 2:15-3:25pm. Open to all Berkeley Law students. Cosponsored with the Career Development Office and Advanced Degree Program. Light refreshments. RVSP here (not required for participation): https://forms.gle/9uBLLpUDD8kw5tpM9
The Miller Institute is pleased to cosponsor a special in-person lunch talk, “Public International Law Careers: Geneva, Mediation, and Beyond,” taking place Thursday, January 12, and featuring Eric Richardson, INHR President [formerly UNHR] and current international mediator, to provide advice and insights from his diplomatic and legal career as well as a brief overview of the INHR: Geneva program. Berkeley Law Room 132, 12:50-2:00pm Pacific; boxed lunch on Steinhart provided at 12:30pm for those attending the event (first-come, first-served basis). Please RSVP by January 10: https://tinyurl.com/pilcevent
*POSTPONED until September 2023* – Panel on International Court of Justice case, The Gambia v. Myanmar, brought for genocide against the Rohingya people; with Mr. M. Arselan Suleman, counsel from Foley Hoag representing The Gambia; Professor Leti Volpp and Professor Laurel E. Fletcher, Berkeley Law; and Angana P. Chatterji, Center for Race & Gender. Further details to be announced.