Monday, January 31, 2011

Go On! Religion & International Law

Santa Clara University School of Law's annual international law symposium will be on the topic of "Religion & International Law."
The event will be Friday, Feb. 18 and Saturday, Feb 19, 2011 in the California Mission Room, Benson Center, Santa Clara University.
The Symposium homepage is here. Online registration may be undertaken here (MCLE credit is available). The papers and proceedings will be published in our Journal of International Law.
The Symposium is organized around a series of papers by our main presenters as well as commentary from other experts. The full schedule is here.
Speakers and commentators include (full bios are here):
Lama Abu-Odeh (Georgetown) (top right)
Peter Danchin (U. Maryland)
Haider Hamoudi (Pittsburgh)
IntLawGrrls guest/alumna Saira Mohamed (Berkeley Law) (top left)
Anissa Helie (John Jay College of Criminal Law & International Solidarity Network of Women Living Under Muslim Laws)
► Dr. Hisham Hellyer (Warwick)
Asifa Quraishi (Wisconsin) (middle right)
Brett Scharffs (Brigham Young)
Shadi Mokhtari (American) (middle left)
► Dr. Manisuli Ssenyonjo (Brunel University)
Seval Yildirim (Whittier) (bottom right)
IntLawGrrl Karima Bennoune (Rutgers-Newark) (bottom left)
The keynote speaker is Robert Steiple, the first ever U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.
Hope to see you there!

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Seems like a great symposium although I was quite shocked to see that only Muslim/Christian perspectives are shared under the semi-universalist title 'Religion and International law'. Religion is much more than Islam/Christianity. One should be either blind or intentionally misleading to choose such a title for a clearly specific centered conference.