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The Harvard International Law Journal’s Spring 2017 Symposium at Harvard Law School will explore the impact of major current events on the vitality of international institutions and regimes. Food and drink will be served. All are welcome.

SCHEDULE

KEYNOTE BY HAROLD KOH, former Legal Adviser for the U.S. Department of State [Noon-1 pm, Hauser 102]

1:15 pm-2:15 pm [Hauser 105]: CHINA’S REPUDIATION OF THE SOUTH CHINA SEA ARBITRATION
Gabriella Blum [HLS, Moderator]
Peter Dutton [Naval War College]
Julian Ku [Hofstra Law]
Andrew Loewenstein [Foley Hoag]
Bernard Oxman [U Miami Law]

2:30-3:45 pm [Hauser 102]: CROSS-BORDER CYBERSECURITY THREATS
Jack Goldsmith [HLS, Moderator]
Steven Chabinsky [White & Case, formerly F.B.I. Cyber Division]
Ashley Deeks [UVA Law]
Kristen Eichensehr [UCLA Law]
Nicole Friedlander [Sullivan & Cromwell, former Chief of the Cybercrime Unit, USAO S.D.N.Y.]
Michael Schmitt [Naval War College]

4:00-5:00 pm [Hauser 105]: BREXIT AND THE FUTURE OF THE E.U.
Jose Maria Beneyto [HKS, Moderator]
Daniela Caruso [BU Law​]
Vlad Perju [BC Law]
Adam Siegel [Freshfields]

5:15-7:15 pm: RECEPTION @ TEMPLE BAR, 1688 Massachusetts Ave.

Venue

Hauser 102

Organizer

Jing, Lisa
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