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Trying Cases In The Media: Legal Ethics, Fair Trials And Free Press, John Douglas, Gerald Zerkin, Steve Nash, Margaret P. Spencer, Craig Thomas Merritt, J. Joshua Wheeler, Paul D. Carrington, C. Thomas Dienes, John E. Nowak, Molly Delea, Kate Murray, Thomas Queen, Courtney Sydnor Apr 2000

Trying Cases In The Media: Legal Ethics, Fair Trials And Free Press, John Douglas, Gerald Zerkin, Steve Nash, Margaret P. Spencer, Craig Thomas Merritt, J. Joshua Wheeler, Paul D. Carrington, C. Thomas Dienes, John E. Nowak, Molly Delea, Kate Murray, Thomas Queen, Courtney Sydnor

University of Richmond Law Review Symposium

The 2000 symposium consisted of a panel discussion which used role-playing and a mock trial to highlight the issues of lawyer/litigant comments to the press before and during trial and the dilemma of journalists confronted by court demands for documents, testimony, or sources of information obtained in the course of gathering news on pending trials. Participants included:

As United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Freedonia: John Douglas, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Richmond.

As Freedonia criminal defense lawyer: Gerald Zerkin, Private Defense Attorney.

As investigative journalist: Steve Nash, Associate Professor of Journalism at the ...


The Paradox Of Free Market Democracy In The Developing World, Amy L. Chua Mar 2000

The Paradox Of Free Market Democracy In The Developing World, Amy L. Chua

Fulbright Symposium

Amy L. Chua is Professor of Law at Duke University, and currently a visiting professor at Stanford University. She received her J.D. from Harvard in 1987 where she was the Executive editor of the Harvard Law Review. She clerked for Chief Judge Patricia Wald ofthe U.S. Court of Appeals (D.C. Circuit, 1987-1988), and was an Associate with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton from 1988-94, where she worked on numerous international transactions in Asia and Latin America, including privatization ofTelefonos de Mexico. She joined the Duke faculty in 1994. Professor Chua is currently a member of the Executive Committee ...


Unfair Competition On The Internet, Marike Vermeer Mar 2000

Unfair Competition On The Internet, Marike Vermeer

Fulbright Symposium

Ms. Marike Vermeer studied at Utrecht University and the University of Oslo, Norway, and holds a law degree in Dutch and European law. After her studies, she worked for several years as a lawyer with Clifford Chance in Amsterdam and Brussels, whereby she specialized in telecommunications and IT law. Since 1998 she has been working as a research fellow with the Molengraaff lnstitute for Private Law of Utrecht University, conducting her Ph.D. research on "Unfair Competition on the Internet." In 1998 Ms Vermeer was granted a fellowship with the Centre of Research and Studies of the Hague Academy of ...


International Enforcement Of Family Maintenance And Support Obligations, Richard M. Buxbaum Mar 2000

International Enforcement Of Family Maintenance And Support Obligations, Richard M. Buxbaum

Fulbright Symposium

Dr. Bauxbaum is the Jackson H. Ralston Professor of Law at the University of California Berkeley School of Law, where from 1993-1999 he served as Dean of International and Area Studies. He received his A.B. and LL.B. from Cornell; the LL.M. from the University of California at Berkeley; the Dr.iur.h.c. from the University of Osnabriick and Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest; and was appointed Honorary Professor of Law by Peking University in 1998 . He practiced law in Rochester, New York and the U.S. Army before joining the Boalt faculty in 1961. He has published ...


The 'Incorporation' Of The European Convention On Human Rights Into United Kingdom Law, Dominic Mcgoldrick Mar 2000

The 'Incorporation' Of The European Convention On Human Rights Into United Kingdom Law, Dominic Mcgoldrick

Fulbright Symposium

Dominic McGoldrick is Professor of Public International Law and Director of the International and European Law Unit, Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool. He is the author of books on the Human Rights Committee (OUP) and International Relations Law of the European Union (Longmans). Among Professor McGoldrick's recent works are "The Permanent International Criminal Court: An End to the Culture of Impunity?" (Criminal Law Review, 1999), "Hate Speech Laws: Consistency with National and International Human Rights Law" (Legal Studies, 1998), "The European Union After Amsterdam: An Organisation with General Human Rights Competence?" (in Legal Issues of the Amsterdam Treaty ...


Alternative Dispute Resolution In The Usa And Russia: A Comparative Evaluation, Elena Nosyreva Mar 2000

Alternative Dispute Resolution In The Usa And Russia: A Comparative Evaluation, Elena Nosyreva

Fulbright Symposium

Dr. Nosyreva is an Associate Professor and Head of the Civil Law Department at Voronezh State University School of Law in Voronezh, Russia. She is currently a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Washington School of Law. Dr. Nosyreva received Doctorate in Arbitration Proceedings from the Russian Academy of Sciences, State and Law Institute, Moscow and also graduated from Voronezh State University School of Law, Russia. She also completed the Professional Mediation Skills Training Program at the University of Washington School of Law. Dr. Nosyreva has served as lawyer for the State Research Institute for Computer Technology in Voronezh, Russia ...


Globalizing The Rule Of International Law At The Pre-Dawn Of A New Millennium, Sompong Sucharitkul Mar 2000

Globalizing The Rule Of International Law At The Pre-Dawn Of A New Millennium, Sompong Sucharitkul

Fulbright Symposium

This is the Ninth Regional Meeting of the American Society of lnternational Law for the West, Northwest and Southwest regions which Golden Gate University School of Law has the honor to host this year, prior to the regular Annual Meeting of the American Society in Washington D.C. in April 2000.

It is at the same time the Tenth Annual Fulbright Symposium hosted by Golden Gate University School of Law with the cooperation and co-sponsorship of the Council of lnternational Exchange of Scholars (CIES) also with headquarters in Washington D.C.

The combined sessions of the Regional Meeting of the ...


Tenth Annual Fulbright Symposium On International Legal Problems, Peter Keane Mar 2000

Tenth Annual Fulbright Symposium On International Legal Problems, Peter Keane

Fulbright Symposium

Opening remarks by Prof. Peter Keane.