Speakers and Topics: 2013-2014
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- February 14
Expect the Unexpected: Challenges in ROL Project Management
Jessica Vapnek, Tetra Tech DPK
- February 7
Designing successful anti-corruption programs
Elena Suhir, International Development and Democracy Consultant
- January 31
The Legal and Constitutional aspects of governing the British Overseas Territories - the role of a Foreign and Commonwealth Office Lawyer
Akbar Khan - Member of the British diplomatic service and a Senior Assistant Legal Adviser based in the Legal Directorate of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) London.
- January 17
Ending Impunity for International Crimes: International Criminal Justice and Rule of Law.
Michelle Oliel, Giulia Pinzauti, Liz Turchi
- December 6
The Importance of a Solid Legal Infrastructure In Enhancing Africa's Economic Development
Swithin Munyantwali, Esq. - Executive Director and Co-Founder of the International Law Institute African Centre for Legal Excellence (ILI-ACLE)
- November 29
The Rule of Law in the Food and Agriculture Law Context
Blaise Kuemlangan - Chief, Development Law Service of the FAO Legal Office Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
- October 25
Domestic and International Regulation of Freshwater Resources
Stefano Burchi - Water Law Advisor Chairman, International Association for Water Law, AIDA
- October 18
Rule of Law in Muslim countries from the perspective of a scholar, practitioner, and advocate of social change
Laila Al-Zwaini - Arabist and Jurist
- October 8
External conference: “Citizenship in a Global Era,” a conference organized by the Law Immigration Section of the Federal Bar Association at the Center of American Studies.
Among the many speakers were William T. Loris and students Dafina Bardhi and Venera Ramaj, who discussed citizenship and the rule of law.
- September 20
Emerging Trends in Justice and Development Practice in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States
Joseph P. Saba - Senior Advisor, Consultant to the World Bank