The G2 Conference

For nearly twenty years, the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington DC and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva have hosted leading conferences on transatlantic and global trade law. Earning a reputation as one the most important academic events of its kind, the G2 Conference assembles practitioners, WTO Appellate Body staff and Members, and NGO stakeholders to discuss the status and future of international economic law, and its intersection with regional developments, the Conference alternates between Washington, D.C. and Geneva.

About the Graduate Institute of Geneva

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is a research and higher education institution studying world affairs with an emphasis on the cross-cutting fields of international relations and development issues. The Centre for Trade and Economic Integration is the Graduate Institute’s Centre of Excellence for research on international trade. A core goal of the Centre is to foster genuine, interdisciplinary research and to work across disciplines to foster solutions that address today’s major societal issues.

 

Read the 2019 Program and the 2018 program to learn more about the G2 Conference.