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SALZBURG CUTLER FELLOWS PROGRAM

Past Program

Oct 31 - Nov 02, 2013

Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program: Future of Public and Private International Law

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Abstract

Salzburg Global Seminar, in partnership with nine of the top US law schools, launched in 2012 a one-of-a-kind program for law students interested in international law and public service. Named for presidential adviser and Salzburg Seminar Board Chair Lloyd N. Cutler, the Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program: The Future of Public and Private International Law convenes annually 45 students nominated by their law schools with leading judges and practitioners for a highly interactive exploration of public and private international law.

The two-day seminar will be held in Washington, DC and allow participants to present their own research and scholarship on leading edge topics, refine their concepts based on criticism received from international experts, explore career options and build global networks with peers and practitioners alike. Faculty and discussants are drawn from the nine partner law schools, firms with leading international practice groups, domestic and international courts and lawyers serving in public service roles. Selected Salzburg Cutler Fellows also receive scholarships to attend Salzburg seminars on topics germane to their interests.

The Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program aims to encourage the careers of exceptional young lawyers - men and women who will shape the future course of international law and legal institutions. Each of the partner law schools nominates five of its most outstanding students each year to become Salzburg Cutler Fellows. The students may be drawn from second or third-year classes, and from LLM or Doctor of Laws programs. A mix of US and international students is encouraged, and opportunities are provided for Fellows to maintain contact as their careers unfold.

Session Chair is William Burke-White, Deputy Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School

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Bodie Stewart

Salzburg Cutler Fellows are invited to attend the annual Lloyd Cutler Lecture at The Phillips Collection in 2013, to be given by US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer (hosted by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, retired).

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Session Chair is William Burke-White, Deputy Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School

Friday Program

(at the United States Institute of Peace, 2301 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington DC, 20037)

Bios for all speakers, panelists, and faculty may be found under the "Faculty" tab

8:00-9:00 Registration, Catered Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:10 Words of Welcome and Remembering Jack Fontaine (Stephen Salyer, President & Chief Executive Officer, Salzburg Global Seminar; John Townsend, Co-Chair, Arbitration & ADR Group, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP)

9:10-10:00 Opening Plenary: WTO Law as International Law (James Bacchus, Chair, Global Practice, Greenberg Traurig)

(sponsored by Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP)

10:05-12:35 Morning Breakout Sessions (discussion of research projects)

Cutler Fellows will meet in small thematic groups to present and discuss individual student research proposals prepared by students and circulated in advance. Professors will engage in discussion with the Cutler Fellows and provide targeted feedback on each proposal. Thematic groups focus on different topics.

12:40-1:00 Catered Lunch

1:00-2:00 Lunch Keynote: International Anti-Corruption: Architecture of a Community in Action (Leonard McCarthy, Vice President for Integrity, The World Bank)

2:10-2:55 Afternoon Breakout Groups

Thematic group discussions started during the morning break out sessions will continue with a focus on how Fellows can move paper proposals toward finished, publishable research articles.

3:00-4:00 Faculty Discussion: Contemporary Challenges to International Human Rights: From Drones to Constitutionalism (Tom Ginsburg, Jenny Martinez, Matt Waxman; moderated by William Burke-White)

4:05-5:20 Afternoon Breakout Groups

Thematic group discussions started during the morning break out sessions will continue with a focus on how Fellows can move paper proposals toward finished, publishable research articles.

5:20-5:30 Friday Closing Remarks (William Burke-White, Program Chair)

6:00- Networking Dinner, Bistro Francais in Georgetown

(sponsored by Arnold & Porter, Seminar Sponsor)

Saturday Program

(at Hogan Lovells, 555 13th St. NW #800E, Washington DC 20004)

10:00-11:15 Panel Discussion: Media and the Law (Adam Liptak, Supreme Court Correspondent, The New York Times; Will Dobson, Politics and Foreign Affairs Editor, Slate) (sponsored by Hogan Lovells)

11:30-12:30 Career Panel (Peter Harrell, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Counter Threat Finance and Sanctions, Department of State; Nicola Port, Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel, ACE Group; Heath Tarbert, Head, Financial Regulatory Reform Working Group, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP; William Burke-White, Professor of Law and Deputy Dean, University of Pennsylvania Law School, and Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School; moderated by Amy Gadsden, Associate Dean for International and Strategic Initiatives, University of Pennsylvania Law School; with Marcia Wiss, Partner, Hogan Lovells)

12:45-1:00 Closing Comments (Stephen Salyer; William Burke-White)

2013 Brochure for Possible Program Partners and Sponsors

Participant Profile

The Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program will bring together 45 second-year law students to work in session with faculty and professionals. Each law school has sent five Fellows, selected based on strong academic records and interest in international law. Participants are selected by their schools through an application and nomination process.

Confirmed participants:

 

University of Chicago School of Law

Eric Alston, Aasiya Mirza Glover, Angelique Salib, Marco Segatti, Alexandra Tate

 

 

Columbia Law School

Douglas Cantwell, Carolyn Forstein, Mark Goldberg, Yoojin Kim, Stephanie Persson

 

 

Duke University School of Law

Isabella Bellera, Michael Losco, James Waters

 

 

Georgetown University Law Center

Chi Emeruwa, Zachary R. Klein, Juan Pablo Moya-Hoyos, Ada Bogliolo Piancastelli de Siqueira, Thomas Weatherall

 

 

Harvard Law School

Melissa Chastang, Jacqueline Espenilla, Brad Hinshelwood, Joseph Klingler, Dean Rosenberg

 

 

University of Pennsylvania Law School

Nadia Banteka, Lev Breydo, Shannon Doherty, Andreas Kuersten, Lauren Obee

 

 

Stanford Law School

Gilat Bachar, Catherine Baylin, Jason George, Hajin Kim

 

 

University of Virginia School of Law

Karen Janssens, Florian Knerr, Rachel Kincaid, Jennifer Marett, Paul-Jean Meyere

 

 

Yale Law School

Michele Goldman, Ryan Liss, Itamar Mann, Will Smiley