COLLOQUIA AND CLINICAL PROGRAMS

Hauser Colloquium on Globalization and Its Discontents

The topics of the Hauser Globalization Colloquium rotate annually amongst the particular interests of different IILJ faculty conveners. For one semester each year, a weekly colloquium brings leading scholars from around the world to discuss their research with students,visiting fellows, and faculty.

The colloquium is an initiative of the Institute for International Law and Justice and the Hauser Global Law School Program. Through class discussion and written papers, students consider core theoretical issues such as: the meanings and usages of concepts of “governance,” “civil society”, “democracy”, and “accountability” in the context of increasing international interdependence; the significance of rising global inequality; relations between international and national law; arguments for and against regulation by formal institutions; the need for and prospects of international administrative law; and unmet demands for justice and fairness at the global level.

Fall 2013 - convened by Professor Ryan Goodman

Fall 2012 - convened by Professor Ryan Goodman

Fall 2010 - convened by Professors Ryan Goodman & Robert Keohane

Fall 2009 - convened by Profesor Ryan Goodman

Fall 2008 - convened by Professors Benedict Kingsbury and Richard Stewart

Fall 2006 - convened by Professors Benedict Kingsbury and Richard Stewart

Spring 2005 - convened by Professors Kevin Davis and Joseph Weiler

Spring 2004 - convened by Professors Benedict Kingsbury & Richard Stewart

Spring 2003 - convened byProfessors Benedict Kingsbury & Richard Stewart

Spring 2002 - convened by Professors Eleanor Fox & Benedict Kingsbury