New York Fellows Virtual Lunch Program
This event is free to registerees.
Featured Keynote: “Lawmakers for Global Markets: How the US Shapes Global Commerce Through the United Nations” with Terry Halliday (ABF Research Professor; Honorary Professor, School of Regulation and Global Governance, Australian National University; Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Northwestern University)
For more than 50 years the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) has been creating law to govern domestic and international commerce, with the US being a major player in this global enterprise. Join ABF Research Professor Terry Halliday as he reports on key findings from 15 years of research into UNCITRAL’s lawmaking. His book with Susan Block-Lieb, Global Lawmakers, reveals how the US mobilizes and influences global law in dynamic negotiations with other states, UNCITRAL’s Secretariat, and non-state bodies, including industry associations, international financial institutions, and UNIDROIT.
The Fellows gratefully recognize: