Saturday, March 16
Gilvary Symposium
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Location: Keller Hall
Cost: Free but you must register

The University of Dayton School of Law together with the American Branch of the International Law Association and the University of Dayton Human Rights Center invites you to attend the 2019 Gilvary Symposium/International Law Weekend Midwest on Saturday, March 16 at Keller Hall.

The symposium will explore the topic, "Things Fall Apart or Creative Destruction?: The Future of the Rule of Law in International Governance." It will feature Keynote speaker Justice Carlos Bernal of the Constitutional Court of Colombia. Justice Bernal will address the problem of transitional justice in Colombia in the wake of the Colombian government/FARC peace agreement, concluding one of the world’s longest running contemporary conflicts.

The symposium will also feature four panels:

Human Rights and Humanitarian Law – Norms in International Refugee and Asylum Law
Environmental Law – Climate Change and the Point of No Return
International Economic Law –Trade Norms, New Norms?
Global Governance – Reconstruction or Falling Through the Cracks?

The symposium is made possible by The Honorable James J. Gilvary Fund for Law, Religion, and Social Justice.

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