The Center sponsors colloquia that provide students and faculty with opportunities to meet outside the classroom and discuss international economic law topics in a dynamic and informal setting. Scholars from Brooklyn Law School and faculty members of other law schools across the country and around the world present their works in progress to an audience of faculty, IBL Fellows, and invited guests at the Law School. Topics covered at recent International Economic Law Forums have included cybercrime, uniform law conventions, international dispute resolution, and corporate governance in West Africa.
Regulatory Dualism as a Development Strategy: Corporate Reform in Brazil, the U.S. and the EU; Mariana Pargendler, Yale University Law School
Taming or Protecting the Modern Corporation? Shareholder- Stakeholder Debates in a Comparative Light; Professor Martin Gelter, Fordham University Law School
Welfare, Tax Incentives, and Global Labor Mobility; Professor Ruth Mason, University of Connecticut, School of Law
The Epistemology of the Financial Crisis: Complexity, Causation, Law, and Judgment; Professor Jeffrey M. Lipshaw, Suffolk University Law School
Why Are There Tax Havens? Professor Adam Rosenzweig, Washington University School of Law