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2017 Colloquium Speakers

Sarah Dadush (Rutgers Law School)

Paul Bergman (George Washington University Law School)

Adam Chilton (University of Chicago Law School)

David Zaring (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)

Peter Danchin (University of Maryland Law School)

Adnan Zulfiqar (University of Pennsylvania Law School)

Matiangai Sirleaf (University of Pittsburgh Law School)

Ryan Liss (Columbia Law School)

Rebecca Ingber (Boston University Law School)

Jean Galbraith (University of Pennsylvania Law School)

Alexandra Huneeus (University of Wisconsin School of Law)

Jorge Contesse (Rutgers Law School)

Jonathan Hafetz (Seton Hall Law School)

Sasha Greenawalt (Columbia Law School)
 
 

Archive for October, 2017

 
  • Temple Law Professors Speak at ABILA International Law Weekend Conference

    Temple Law Professors Speak at ABILA International Law Weekend Conference

    From October 19-21, the American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA) and the International Law Students Association (ILSA) held the annual International Law Weekend conference in New York City.  The event, entitled “International Law in Challenging Times,” brought together […]

     
  • Cybersecurity and International Law in the First Year of the Trump Administration

    Cybersecurity and International Law in the First Year of the Trump Administration

    On October 17, Temple Law hosted Brian Egan at a special symposium lecture entitled, Cybersecurity and International Law in the First Year of the Trump Administration.  Mr. Egan spoke to a group of Temple Law students and professors about the intersection […]

     
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  • Temple Law Hosts DACA Panel

    Temple Law Hosts DACA Panel

    On October 11, Temple University Beasley School of Law Professors Spiro and Lee participated in a panel discussion on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (“DACA”).  In an event moderated by Professor Ramji-Nogales, Professors Spiro and Lee explained the […]