Fall 2021

International Investment Arbitration in Latin America: Progress or Inertia?

On September 15, CAROLA and CREDIMI hosted a conference containing webinars on the "Right of State to regulate admission, evolution, revolution," "Foreign Investors: From the recognition of rights to the admission of legal obligations," and "The dispute settlement mechanisms in question: Between the prevention and the management"

The Case of Mexico vs US Gun Manufacturers

At CAROLA’s event on Oct. 14, panelists discussed the main arguments in Mexico’s complaint against US Gun Manufacturers and the possibilities for success given U.S. regulation and the experience of similar litigation efforts in the United States

Towards Inclusive Digital Trade: Data, Development & Trust

On November 3, CAROLA, the Institute for Technology Law & Policy and the Information Technology Industry Council joined together to convene policymakers, industry leaders, and scholars to discuss key issues in digital trade

A Conversation with Anna Joubin-Bret about Reforming the Investor-State Dispute Settlement System

On November 12, CAROLA joined UNCITRAL's Anna Joubin-Bret to discuss reform options for the Investor-State Dispute Settlement system

New Directions in International Investment Law: Alternatives for Improvement

On November 19, the UNCITRAL Secretariat invited CAROLA to present our newly released policy brief “New Directions in International Law: Alternatives for Improvement” at the forty-first session of the UNCITRAL Working Group III

Spring 2022

Business and Human Rights Career Panel

On February 2, CAROLA joined the Center on Ethics and Legal Profession and the Human Rights Institute for a Career Panel on Business and Human Rights Institute

Next Generation Trade Agreements and Trade Policy

On March 23, CAROLA and the Institute of International Economic Law hosted a conversation on trade agreements and policy with Kathleen Claussen, an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law

Trade and Distribution

On April 20, CAROLA co-hosted a roundtable discussion with Jurisprudence of Distribution (JOD) and the Center for Global Economic Justice (CGEJ-Cornell). The participants discussed the US and domestic trade policy, developing countries' concerns on global distribution, distributional consequences within developing countries, and effects of race and gender