The global economic meltdown caused by COVID-19 has redoubled two Georgetown Law professors’ commitment to address a long-simmering problem: massive and growing debt accumulation by many developing countries.
In the short time since Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, volumes have been written about her trailblazing legal career.
Tom Graham to deliver the 4th Annual John D. Greenwald Memorial Lecture: “The Rise (and Demise?) of the WTO Appellate Body”
Professor Anna Gelpern, Professor Adam Levitin, Institute of International Economic Law Host Conference on Law and MacroeconomicsOctober 4, 2019 Business & Financial Regulation International Economic Law
If a hashtag is what it takes to put law and macroeconomics on the academic map, Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law is all for it.
Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas (CAROLA) Sponsors Workshop for Latin American Officials on Investor-State Dispute Settlement ReformSeptember 26, 2019 International & Comparative Law International Economic Law
“Latin America is in…a crisis right now,” said Columbia University Professor Jeffrey Sachs, in a keynote lecture called "ISDS and Development: Lessons for a Reform Agenda" at Georgetown Law on September 16.
On the Hill: Professor Chris Brummer on Facebook’s Proposed Cryptocurrency and Its Impact on Consumers, Investors and the American Financial SystemJuly 19, 2019 Faculty International Economic Law
On July 17, Georgetown Law Professor Chris Brummer — the faculty director of the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) — testified before the House Financial Services Committee with respect to Libra, Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency. The hearing was chaired by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) and Ranking Member Patrick McHenry (R-NC).
WASHINGTON — DC Fintech Week – Washington’s singular fintech innovation and global policy forum – is scheduled for Oct. 21-24, Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) has announced. Fintech Week offers participants…
Professor Chris Brummer, Director of the Institute of International Economic Law, Talks Fintech with ESMA Chair Steven MaijoorJune 19, 2019 Business & Financial Regulation International & Comparative Law International Economic Law
In a terrific opportunity for Georgetown students and alumni — as well as Washington’s policymaking and regulatory communities — Steven Maijoor, Europe’s Capital Markets Chief, provided a one-on-one interview with Professor Chris Brummer on the…
“I don’t think there is any time in our history,” said Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor, “in which sovereign debt issues have been as salient as they are today.”
A Conversation with Professor Alvaro Santos, Director of CAROLA, on "USMCA: A New Path for Trade Agreements?"April 22, 2019 International & Comparative Law International Economic Law
Elections have consequences. When leftist candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador won the presidency of Mexico by a landslide in July 2018, his administration-to-be also won a seat at the table where talks to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement had started a year earlier.
Professor Alvaro Santos, director of the Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas (CAROLA), served as Deputy Negotiator for the Elected Government from July through November, when the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement was signed by then-President Enrique Peña Nieto on his last day in office.
“Despite some heavy rhetoric these days, the U.S. and the E.U. remain firm allies and friends,” said European Union Trade Commissioner Cecelia Malmström, speaking at Georgetown Law’s 40th Annual International Trade Update on March 7 to 8.