Outreach workshops 2010

Spring 2010

Current Issues in International Law: Implications for Wisconsin

Time: 2:45-5:30pm (reception from 5:30-6:00pm)

Venue: Lubar Commons (7200 Law)

  CLE credit for Wisconsin Attorneys Pending

During spring 2010, the Global Legal Studies Center will organize three outreach workshops on various international law themes, sponsored by GLS and WAGE and co-sponsored by the International Practice Section, State Bar of Wisconsin.

Workshop flyer

Registration Form

Contact: Sumudu Atapattu, Associate Director, Global Legal Studies Center

Workshop 1: Innovation: Role of the University, Industry and Intellectual Property Law

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Approved for 2.0 hours of CLE credit for Wisconsin Attorneys

Please register by February 10, 2010 to facilitate planning. We welcome walk-ins too.

Speakers:

  • Professor Shubha Ghosh (UW Law School and INSITE)

  • Professor Christopher Holman (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)

  • Attorney Jonathan Fritz (Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Madison)

  • Professor Anne Miner (UW-Madison School of Business & INSITE)

  • With comments and discussion by Professor John Wiley (Former Chancellor, UW-Madison & Interim Director, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery)

    Draft Agenda

Workshop 2: Beyond Copenhagen: Climate Change and Wisconsin

March 22, 2010

Approved for 2.0 hours of CLE credit for Wisconsin Attorneys

Please register by March 15, 2010 to facilitate planning. We welcome walk-ins too.

Speakers:

  • Dr Charlotte Streck (Climate Focus/Center for International Sustainable Development Law)

  • Professor Tracey Holloway (UW-Madison/SAGE)

  • Margaret Hoefer (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)

  • Scott Smith (Alliant Energy, Madison)

    Draft Agenda

Workshop 3: Legal Aspects of Doing Business in India

April 15, 2010

CLE Credit for Wisconsin Attorneys pending

Please register by April 12, 2010 to facilitate planning. We welcome walk-ins too.


Speakers:

  • Tushna Thapliyal (Advocate, Mumbai, India)

  • Attorney Ajay K. Mago (Mayer-Brown, Chicago)

  • Professor Mike Koehler (Butler University, Indiana)

  • Sachin Tuli (School of Business, UW-Madison)

Draft Agenda

Co-sponsors: 

  • Center for South Asia
  • South Asia Legal Studies Working Group
  • Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER)
  • Madison International Trade Association (MITA).

Related event:

Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), UW-Madison, has organized a session on "Strategies for Doing Business in India" on April 15, 2010 together with Madison International Trade Association (MITA).  Details available at:

http://www.bus.wisc.edu/ciber/events/ciberevents.asp?eid=1078


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