Dominick L. DiCarlo U.S. Court of International Trade Lecture Series Heading link
Each year, the Center for International Law hosts a judge of the U.S. Court of International Trade or the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to lecture on a topic that addresses the role of the federal courts play in shaping and litigating customs and trade law disputes. Named to honor the Hon. Dominick L. DiCarlo, a former Chief Judge of the U.S Court of International Trade, the first formal lecture was held in 2003.
Previous lecture topics include “Designating Non-Market Economies Under U.S. Trade Laws: Can There Be a Free Market Economy Where There Is No Free Marketplace of Ideas?,” “Trade Adjustment Assistance: The Human Face of the Court of International Trade,” and “Litigating Customs and Trade Disputes 30 Years after the Customs Courts Act of 1980 and the Effect of Judicial Review in the Future.”
Folsom Lecture on International Business & Trade Law Series Heading link
Ralph H. Folsom, Professor at University of San Diego School of Law, teaches in the areas of antitrust law, international business, NAFTA, European Union Law, and international trade law and serves on the Center for International Law Advisory Board. Each year, Professor Folsom or another noted academic or practitioner lectures on some aspect of international business and trade law. Initiated in 2002, the lecture series has covered topics including “Free Trade vs World Trade,” “Trading for National Security?: U.S. Free Trade Agreements in the Middle East and North Africa,” and “WTO Regulation of Bilateral Trade Agreements: A Reform Proposal.”