2019 GJIL Symposium
Gonzaga’s Journal of International Law is pleased to announce its annual symposium for 2019: The Future of International Law in the Information Age.
The 2019 symposium will address the intersection between the internet and international law, identify the challenges posed to the international legal community by the global network, and explore possible solutions to those challenges. Specifically, three separate panels will address issues regarding internet access, cyberterrorism, and internet-privacy concerns.
The Journal’s editorial board is seeking papers from scholars and practitioners interested in presenting their research at the symposium. Interested persons should send their CV (or resumé) and an abstract of their intended remarks to firstname.lastname@example.org. An applicant’s abstract should not exceed 800 words. Please ensure your contact information is included with your application materials. Application materials are due by February 15th.
The symposium will be held on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at Gonzaga University School of Law in the Barbieri Courtroom.
RECAP: 2018 GJIL Symposium
American Leadership in International Economic Law in the 21st Century
The Gonzaga Journal of International Law’s annual symposium was held on April 13, 2018, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington.
The theme was “American Leadership in International Economic Law in the 21st Century," and the symposium consisted of three panels:
(1) Current U.S. Leadership in International Law: Impacts on the Global Economy;
(2) the United States’ Role in the Global Economy from the Transnational Business Point of View; and
(3) the Nexus Between Global Economics and Human Rights Today.
Each panel was allotted approximately one hour and thirty minutes and composed of three to four renowned speakers from across the globe who drew from their experience and expertise in the academic, legal, and business worlds to contribute to the symposium’s discussion of its overall theme and related panel topics.