Monthly Archives: November 2012

International Aspects of Derivatives Regulation Under Dodd-Frank

A Discussion With the Director of the Office of International Affairs of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission: International Aspects of Derivatives Regulation Under Dodd-Frank  In an event brought to you by the Washington Foreign Law Society, Jacqueline Mesa, Director … Continue reading

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Exciting developments at the China Guiding Cases Project (CGCP)

We are pleased to announce exciting developments at the China Guiding Cases Project (CGCP) (http://cgc.law.stanford.edu)! NEW Guiding Cases 9-12 English translations and Chinese editions of the third batch of Guiding Cases released by the Supreme People’s Court are now available at http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases/: GC9: Shanghai … Continue reading

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Presentation on the Rights Defense Movement in China

 Rights Defense Movement in China  Friday, Nov. 9th, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Faculty Conference Center (Burns 505) Presentation and discussion with TENG Biao – Awards and Accomplishments ✴ Counsel to and advocate for human rights lawyers and activists, including … Continue reading

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Law-Asia Movie Night: Seven Samurai

Georgetown Law-Asia Law-Asia FILM SERIES 七人の侍 [Shichinin no samurai, or Seven Samurai]  Akira Kurosawa said of this famous movie of masterless samurai and beleaguered peasants during Japan’s Warring States Period:  “I wanted to say that after everything the peasants were … Continue reading

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South Asian Society Invites You to Rangila

South Asian Society would like to cordially invite you to Rangila, Georgetown’s largest cultural show, on Friday, November 16th, 2012 in Gaston Hall. This year, South Asian Society has over 550 students (and faculty!) performing an exciting array of student choreographed … Continue reading

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