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Symposia
PREVENTING THE FINANCING OF TERRORISM

March 2, 2012

This symposium is designed to examine the financing of terrorism and analyze whether or not the international community has been successful in its prevention. The panels will address the issue of terrorism financing from two perspectives: the regulators and the regulated. The regulators include those who set and implement international standards as well as those who are tasked with identifying and reporting suspicious transactions, while the regulated includes various financial institutions. This symposium will also investigate possible improvements to the current laws and methods in an effort to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of terrorism financing prevention.

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INTERNATIONAL LAW IN CRISIS

September 9, 2011

2011 is shaping up to be one of the most turbulent years in history. This timely symposium is designed to examine both the application of international law in times of crisis and whether these events are pushing international law itself to the brink of crisis, with panels examining developments in Northern Africa and the Middle East, climate change, international economic law, universal jurisdiction, piracy, and the war on terrorism. This Symposium features an address by the Hon. Richard Goldstone, who served as Justice of the South African Constitutional Court, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.

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