WashULaw Events

Washington University School of Law Scholars in Law

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 August 2015
 

Monday, August 10 - Friday, August 21

LLM Programs and Exchange Student Orientation
Location and Time TBD
Orientation for students in the following programs: LLM in U.S. Law; LLM in Intellectual Property & Technology Law; LLM (Concentration in Negotiation & Dispute Resolution); LLM (Two Year Program for Foreign Lawyers); and Exchange Students  more... 

Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21

First-Year JD Student Orientation
Location and Time TBD more... 

Friday, August 21

Transfer Student Orientation
Location and Time TBD more... 

Friday, August 21

LLM/JD Mini Orientation
Location and Time TBD 

Monday, August 24

First day of classes
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 September 2015
 

August 31-September 1

2015 International Humanitarian Law Dialogs: "The Wrongs We Seek"
For more info, visit here.

Wednesday, September 9

11 a.m., Seigle Hall 108E, Detjen Seminar Room 
Academic Conference Call - Peace Operations in Africa
Speaker: Paul D. Williams, Associate Professor, George Washington University
Background Reading: Enhancing U.S. Support for Peace Operations in Africa,
Four Questions – and Answers – about U.S. Support of Peacekeeping in Africa, Africa in Transition Blog.  As space is limited, kindly RSVP 

Thursday, September 24

1 p.m., Seigle Hall 108E, Detjen Seminar Room
Academic Conference Call - International Trade Policy
Speaker: Edward Alden, Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Background Reading: The Future of U.S. Trade Policy, Renewing America Blog,
Council of Councils Report Card on Global Trade.  As space is limited, kindly RSVP 

 October 2015
 

Wednesday, October 7

11 a.m., Seigle Hall 108E, Detjen Seminar Room 
Academic Conference Call - Improving Humanitarian Aid
 Speaker: David Miliband, President and Chief Executive Officer, International Rescue Committee
Background Reading: Improving Humanitarian Aid: How to Make Relief More Efficient and Effective,
Development Channel Blog, Council of Councils Report Card on Advancing Development.  As space is limited, kindly RSVP 

Thursday, October 22

 1 p.m., Seigle Hall 108E, Detjen Seminar Room 
Academic Conference Call - Religion and Global Affairs
Speaker: Katherine Marshall, Senior Fellow, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University
Background Reading: A Globalized God, Engaging Religious Communities Abroad,
Integrating Religious Engagement into Diplomacy: Challenges & Opportunities.  As space is limited, kindly RSVP 

 November 2015
 

Wednesday, November 4

11 a.m., Seigle Hall 108E, Detjen Seminar Room 
Academic Conference Call - Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan: Facing Future Defense Challenges
Speaker: Janine Davidson, Senior Fellow for Defense Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
Optional Background Reading: Defense in Depth Blog, Withdrawal Symptoms: The Bungling of the Iraq Exit,
Global Conflict Tracker.  As space is limited, kindly RSVP