The Southwestern Journal of International Law presents
Our Courts and the World: Transnational Litigation
The American Society of International Law
The Junior International Law Scholars Association (JILSA)
The Los Angeles County Bar Association -
International Law Section
The State Bar of California - International Law Section
Transnational litigation and procedure is an important and timely topic - it is now taught as a first-year course in several law schools, prominent law firms have established transnational litigation practices and national courts have emerged to play a significant role in responding to cross-border challenges. Several recent high-profile cases have involved international elements, and just last term, the U.S. Supreme Court decided its first personal jurisdiction case involving international elements in over 25 years. From personal jurisdiction, forum non coveniens and conflicts of laws to interjurisdictional preclusion and enforcement of foreign judgments, a number of important procedural issues now commonly arise in transnational civil litigation cases.
This one-day symposium will bring together leading scholars from Canada and the United States to discuss the procedural issues that arise in transnational civil litigation cases. It will also assess how receptive courts are to transnational litigation and explore issues related to transnational class actions. The proceedings and papers from this symposium will be published in the Southwestern Journal of International Law.
Click here for the Schedule and Panel Descriptions.
- Printable Brochure with complete agenda and registration information (PDF)
- Printable Registration Form (PDF)
- $75 - Non-Southwestern Alumni seeking 6.25 hours of CLE credit
- $50 - Southwestern Alumni seeking 6.25 hours of CLE credit
- $40 - Those not seeking CLE credit
- Complimentary - Southwestern students, faculty and staff (RSVP required)
RSVP by January 27 to the Student Affairs Office.
This Symposium offers 6.25 hours of CLE credit. Southwestern is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.
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