Crossing Borders: Rethinking International Development
Mon, Feb 24th @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm - Law School
Given our rapidly developing world, it is important to bring together students, academics, and practitioners to discuss the implications of international development efforts on effective governance, human rights, and business interests. The symposium will feature four panels: Anti-Corruption and Democratic Governance; Measuring Success: Human Rights, Development Projects, and Stakeholders; International Finance in Emerging Markets; and Investor-State Arbitration. Panelists include professors from across the nation as well as attorneys from the United States Agency for International Development and some of the nation's top international law firms.