Seminar – International Law and the New Global Political Economy
Offered in the spring of 2018, the International Law and the New Global Political Economy Seminar is a colloquium-style course that challenges students to think about the current backlash against globalization, what may have caused it, and what imaginative institutional responses to address such concerns would look like. Leading scholars in the field of international law will present a paper each week. The colloquium will be open to students enrolled in the course, as well as Georgetown Law faculty and other DC area scholars and practitioners. It will be held at Georgetown Law every Friday from 11:10am to 1:10pm. Lunch will be provided.