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Professor Juscelino F. Colares

Lisa Peters  /  Monday, January 28, 2019  /  Categories: Just in Case  /  Rate this article:
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Juscelino F. Colares is the Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Business Law, Professor of Political Science and Associate Director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center. He teaches civil procedure, conflict of laws and international business law and regulatory law. He received the Law School's 2018 Distinguished Law Faculty Research Award.

Currently he is working on several articles:

Foreign Commerce Power Meets Presidential Foreign Relations Power: How Could Turkey's New Presidential System Handle the EU-Turkey Customs Union Renegotiation? (working paper).

TURKXIT: The Tariff-Leverage Case for Turkey's Shift from Customs Union to FTA (under peer review). 

Legal But Inefficient: The Uses and Misuses of Neutral Carbon Adjustment Tariffs to Help Address Climate Coordination Problems (early draft available).

Highlights of his career over the last five years:

Awards and Honors:

2018 Distinguished Law Faculty Research Award (Case Western Reserve Law School).


The Opportunities and Limitations of Neutral Carbon Tariffs, 19(2) American Law and Economic Rev. 423 (2017) (peer reviewed)(with Ashwin Rode).

Canada, United States and European Union—Out of Synch on Trade Agreements? Or Are We Sympatico? 41 Canada-United States L. J. 46 (2017) (requested

US-COOL: How the Appellate Body Misconstrued the National Treatment Principle, Severely Restricting Agency Discretion to Promulgate Pro-Consumer, Labeling Rules, 51:1 Journal of World Trade 105 (2017) (peer reviewed)(with William Canterberry).

Pleading Patterns and the Role of Litigation as a Driver of Federal Climate Change Legislation, 54.4 Jurimetrics 329 (2015) (peer reviewed)(with Kosta Ristovski).

Book Chapter:

The Extraterritorial Impact of the EU and Australian Carbon-Restricting Reforms, in Market-Based Instruments-National Experiences in Environmental Sustainability 1, 106 (Larry Kreiser, David Huff, Janet E. Milne and Hope Ashiabor, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd.) (2013) (peer reviewed).

 Recent speaking engagements:

Foreign Commerce  Power Meets Presidential Foreign Relations Power: How Could Turkey's New Presidential System Handle the EU-Turkey Customs Union Renegotiation?, paper accepted for presentation at 21st Annual Federalist Society Faculty Conference, New Orleans, LA (Jan. 4, 2019) (peer reviewed selection).

Deploying Statutory Remedies in the Policy Toolkit: Protectionism or Last Resort to Addressing Recalcitrant Mercantilism?, opening remarks to be delivered at the Third International Trade Law Fall Update, sponsored by ASIL, the Customs and International Trade Bar Association, Grunfeld Desiderio LLP and Greater Cleveland International Lawyers Group, hosted by Case Western Reserve University School of Law (Oct. 26, 2018) (organized conference).

TURKXIT: The Tariff-Leverage Case for Turkey's Shift from Customs Union to FTA, paper accepted for presentation at the Joint North American Conference on International Economic Law, "Managing International Economic (Dis)Integration: Challenges and Opportunities," sponsored by the ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group, the Canadian Council on International Law, and the Centre for International Governance Innovation; McGill University, Montreal, Canada (Sep. 22, 2018) (peer review selection).

New Trade Wars—Timely Shake Up or Recipe for Trouble?, luncheon presentation, Cleveland City Club (Aug. 7, 2018) (by invitation).

The Collapsing Paris Agreement, presentation to be delivered at the Utrecht Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law Spring Luncheon, hosted by Universiteit Utrecht, the Netherlands (Jun. 18, 2018) (peer reviewed conference).

More about Professor Colares:

His faculty page and CV

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