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The Center for International and Comparative Law

The Center for International and Comparative Law hosts events throughout the academic year featuring experts on international law, national security, and foreign relations law.

Event Spotlight

View the Data Cartels book discussion, with author Sarah Lamdan, Rosa Arriaga of Georgia Tech and Jennifer Romig of Emory Law.

View the Annual Bederman Lecture: Destroying Democracy by Law featuring Kim Lane Scheppele.


Upcoming Events

Dip Cons, Biodiversity, and Concrete? Oh My! featuring Margo Bagley, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research with commentary by Dr. Magdalena Tulibacka. Professor Bagley will discuss her involvement with three disparate issues with international implications.
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 4 p.m – 5:15 p.m, Gambrell Hall, Room G575. This is part of the “What We’ve Been Up to” lectures hosted by the Center for International and Comparative Law.

"Dip Cons, Biodiversity, and Concrete? Oh My!" featuring Margo Bagley
 

Recent Events

Judging Elections for Judges featuring Joanna Shepherd, Vice Dean, Thomas Simmons Professor of Law with an introduction by Paul Koster, Professor of Practice and Director of LLM/MCL Programs on Tuesday, February 28, 2023 from 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. This is part of the “What We’ve Been Up to” lectures hosted by the Center for International and Comparative Law.

Judging Elections for Judges featuring Joanna Shepherd


Data Cartels book discussion, with Rosa Arriaga of Georgia Tech and Jennifer Romig as the discussants with Sarah Lamdan on Thursday, February 23, 2023 at 4 p.m. It will be sponsored by the Constitution of Everyday Life project within CICL.

Sarah Lamden - Data Cartels book discussion event flyer


The ESG Movement in Corporate Law (part of the "What We've Been Up To" series) featuring George Georgiev on January 25, 2023 from 4 - 5 p.m. in G575

George Georgiev - The ESG Movement in Corporate Law


The Annual Bederman Lecture: Destroying Democracy by Law featuring Kim Lane Scheppele from 4 - 6 p.m. on January 11, 2023. View the lecture.  

2023 Bederman Lecture: Destroying Democracy By Law


"Where are the European and American Civil Justice Systems Headed?" (Issues of Interest in International Law) with Magdalena Tulibacka on January 5, 2023 from 4 - 5 p.m. in G-575

"Magdalena Tulibacka - Where are the European and American Civil Justice Systems Headed?" event flyer


Let's Talk About Teaching: A Discussion of Innovative Pedagogy in Legal Education featuring Kamina Pinder, Professor of Practice with an introduction by George B. Shepherd, Professor of Law (part of the "What We've Been Up To" series) from 4 - 5 p.m. on December 5, 2022 

Flyer for "Let's Talk About Teaching: A Discussion of Innovative Pedagogy in Legal Education" event


Issues of International Interest: Equity Is a Right (Issues of Interest in International Law) with Hallie Ludsin on November 14 from 2pm-3pm in the Berman Library at the Center for the Study for Law and Religion

Issues of International Interest: Equity Is a Right with Hallie Ludsin


Reflections on the American Civil Justice System with Richard Freer and an introduction by Kay Levine (part of the "What We've Been Up To" series) from 3 - 4:15 p.m. on November 9, 2022 

Reflections on the American Civil Justice System flyer


Plagues in the Nation: How Epidemics Shaped America with Polly Price in Hunter Atrium from 4 - 5:30 p.m. on October 26, 2022 


Law's Response to the Threat of Climate Change with Atieno Samandari in Berman Library, Center for the Study of Law and Religion from 2 - 3 p.m. on October 18, 2022 


The Gloss of War with Mary Dudziak: Professor Mary Dudziak gave the inaugural talk for CICL's monthly "What We’ve Been Up To" series, which features faculty discussing why and how they are pursuing their current projects and areas of research, September 28, 2022 


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