Presentations

Gregory Shaffer (Director)
  • Trade and Monetary Law, Beijing (July 2016)
  • Jessup and the Concept of Transnational Law, Kings College London (July 2016)
  • Free Trade Agreements and the WTO, European Union Institute, Florence (June 2016)
  • Three panels at LSA on International Organizations and the IPSP project; on theorizing transnational legal ordering; and on mentoring Law and Society Association, New Orleans (May 2016)
  • The Future of Investor-State Arbitration, Stanford Law Schol conference (April 2016)
  • The Politics of WTO Dispute Dispute Settlement, Harvard Law School conference (April 2016)
  • International Trade Law in China: From Paternalism to Partnership, ITAM, Mexico City (April 2016)
  • International Trade Law in China: From Paternalism to Partnership, Priceton (April 2016)
  • Video: Prof. Shaffer discusses global policy, international trade & investment issues – The International Panel on Social Progress (September 2015)
Seth Davis
  • American Colonialism and Constitutional Redemption, J. Reuben Clark Law School (November 2016)
  • Owners as Fiduciaries?, Tulane Law School (October 2016)
  • State Remedies for Human Rights, University of South Carolina School of Law (September 2016)
  • The 2016 Election and the Future of Constitutional Remedies, University of South Carolina School of Law (September 2016)
  • Minor Courts, Major Questions, University of Miami (September 2016)
  • American Colonialism and Constitutional Redemption, UCI Law (August 2016)
  • Minor Courts, Major Questions, Michigan State University College of Law (June 2016)
  • American Colonialism and Constitutional Redemption, University of Arizona Collee of Law (April 2016)
  • Fiduciary Duty and Plenary Power, Law and Society Association Annual Conference (May 2015)
Joseph DiMento
  • "Who governs the environment?” 30-year anniversary of Italian environmental journal Rivista Giuridica Dell’Ambiente, Bergamo, Italy (June 24, 2016)
  • Environmental Governance of the Arctic: Law, Effect, Now Implementation, UCI Symposium on Arctic Governance, Irvine, (January 2015)
  • Strains Among Friends: Sand Tars and Cross Border Policy, Sophia University, Tokyo, (October 25, 2013)
  • Environmental Governance of the Great Seas, University of Tsukuba, Japan, (November 9, 2013)
  • Climate Change and the Law: International and Comparative Perspectives, Wake University, Japan, (October 14, 2013)
  • Environmental Protection Through Law: Comparative Approaches , Universita’ Cattolica, Milano, Italy, (June 16, 2014)
  • How Can We Govern the Waters?, UC Irvine (May 2009)
  • Climate Policy in North America: Prospects for Regionalism, San Diego Law School (February 2009)
  • Extraordinary Rendition, Universita' Di Milano-Bicocca Facolta' Di Giurisprudenza (November 2007)
  • Can Law Change the Climate?, UC Irvine (June 2007)
  • So Many Treaties, So Few Results: Strengthening the Effectiveness of Multilateral Environmental Agreements, International Law Weekend West (February 2005)
  • The Creation and Use of Scientific Information I the Law, Law & Society Association Annual Meeting (June 2003)
  • Environmental Law in the United States of America: Focus Industry, Ravenna, Italy (May 1999)
  • Il green management come alternative alle sanzione penale nell tutela dell' ambiente: 1' esperienza defli Stati Uniti (Green Management as an Alternative to Criminal Sanctions Under Environmental Law: the United States Experience), Universita Cattolica Dell Sacro Cuore, (June 1998)
  • Environment Focused Practical Peacemaking: Theory, Practice, Promise?, Ohio State University (May 1998)
Michele Goodwin
  • Hospital Snitches: Privacy, Debt, and Corporate Responsibility, Clifford Symposium (April 2016)
  • Honoring Paul Redleaf, Family Defense Center and ACLU of Minnesota (April 2016)
  • Federal and State Regulation of Sex and Labor Trafficking, California Bar Association (January 2016)
  • From Selma to Ferguson: Reflections on Police, Policing, and Protests, American Association of Law Schools (January 2016)
  • Human Rights and The Rights of Non Humans, College of Law & Business (January 2016)
  • The Market for Families: Power Shift Convening, Oxford University (November 2015)
  • Radical Justice and Reproductive Justice, Law Students for Reproductive Justice (November 2015)
  • Policing the Womb, American Society of Bioethics & Humanities (October 2015)
  • Race, Religion, & HIV Vulnerability, Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy (October 2015)
Carrie Menkel-Meadow
  • Negotiation: Where We Have Been and Where We Should Be Going, IESEC School of Management, Paris (November 2016)
  • 6th International Biennial on Negotiation Theory and Practice, Paris, France (November 2016)
  • International Workshop on Historical Dialogue and Mass Atrocity Prevention, Columbia University Institute for Human Rights (October 2016)
  • Mediating in a World of Serious Conflict, Ireland Mediation Institute (October 2016)
  • Scaling Up Deliberative Democracy in Public Policy: Lessons From Abroad, University of Hong Kong (June 2016)
  • The Jurisprudential Foundations of Mediation and Dispute Resolution, School of Abritration, Center for Commercial Legal Studies, Queen Mary, University of London (June 2016)
  • Master Class: Teaching Ethics in ADR, Queen Mary, University of London (June 2016)
  • Colloquium: Pedagogy in ADR, Queen Mary, University of London (May 2016)
  • The Great Debate: The Human Rights Approach in Ombudsmen Work, International Conference on Ombudsmen in the 21st Century (May 2016)
Janine Ubink
  • Legal Pluralism: An Introduction to the Concept, North-West University (February 2016)
  • Access v. Justice: Customary Courts and Political Abuse. Lessons from Malawi's Local Courts Act, Rural Action Research Programme (February 2016)
  • Customry Criminal Justice in a Highly Fragile State: A Case Study of Somalia, Commission on Legal Pluralism Biannual Conference (December 2015)
  • Land Tenure and Customary Law in Africa, Biannual International Course on Legal Pluralism (December 2015)
  • State-building and the Formalization of Law, ASA 2015 (November 2015)
  • Transitional Justice, UC Irvine (November 2015)
  • Who Cares? Workshop on the Economies, Technologies and Ethics of Aid, Institute for International, Global, and Regional Studies, UCI (October 2015)
  • Mobilizing the Law for the Government or for the People? The Case of Malawi's Local Courts Act 2011, ECAS 2015 6th European Conference on African Studies (July 2015)
  • Access to Justice and Customary Law: Hopes and Worries Regarding Malawi's Local Courts Act, Leiden Law School (2014)
Benjamin Van Rooij
  • Trends in Environmental Law Enforcement, UCLA School of Law (November 2015)
  • How to Research Sensitive Topics, Peking University School of Law Summer Training Socio Legal Studies (July 2015)
  • Qualitiative and Quantitative Research Strategies, Peking University School of Law Summer Training Socio Legal Studies (July 2015)
  • Why Chinese Obey the Law, Insights from the UCI Compliance Research, Long Institute Workshop on "What you must know to protect your intellectual property in China" (May 2015)
  • Centralizing Environmental Enforcement in China?, Brown University workshop on Central Local Relations and Environmental Governance (May 2015)
  • Implementing Environmental Law in China, LA Plato Society (May 2015)
  • Comparing China: Hopes and Fears of a Rising Power, UC Irvine (April 2015)
  • Prosecutorial Regulation in the Global South: Environmental Civil Litigation by Prosecutors in China compared to Brazil, Long Institute Workshop on China's New Environmental Actors (March 2015)
  • The Authority of Law: China in Comparison, OSHER Institute Fullerton Cal State (October 2014)
Christopher Whytock
  • Restatement of the Law Third, Conflict of Law, Preliminary Draft No. 2, American Law Institute (September 2016)
  • Transnational Law and the Global Legal System, Conference on Jessup's Bold Proposal: Engagements with 'Transnational Law' after Sixty Years, King's College London School of Law (July 2016)
  • State Remedies for Human Rights, Colloquium on International and Comparative Law and Politics, UC Berkeley School of Law (April 2016)
  • Harmonization of EU Procedural Law: Is the US a Positive or Negative Model?, Conference on Common Rules and Best Practices in European Civil Procedure, Erasmus University School of Law (February 2016)
  • Southern California Internation Law Scholars Workshp, UC Irvine School of Law (February 2016)
  • Judging in Global Context, Domestic Courts, International Relations, and Foreign Sovereign Immunity, University of Iowa College of Law (November 2015)
  • Restatement of the Law Third, Conflict of Laws, Preliminary Draft No. 1, American Law Institute (October 2015)
  • Judging in Global Context, Domestic Courts, International Relations, and Foreign Sovereign Immunity, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (September 2015)
  • Conflict of Laws, Private International Law, and Transnational Legal Order, Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association (May 2015)