Providing for Victim Redress in Foreign Bribery Cases
June 2019 -- My sincere thanks to the European University Institute and the University of Portsmouth Law School for hosting an international conference on “Corruption, Democracy and Human Rights: Exploring New Avenues in the Fight Against Corruption” at the Villa Salviati on the hillside overlooking Florence, Italy, 20-21 June 2019. A great opportunity to present my work on victim redress in foreign bribery cases and to meet other researchers also working on ways to address corruption’s impacts on its victims - defining victim in its widest sense.
Human Rights Protections
June 2019 -- It was my pleasure to serve as a guest speaker on the protection of human rights in Canada for the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Edmonton. Great to also hear about the continuing work of Rotary International in support of meaningful student exchanges.
Chatham House Roundtable on Peace and Security at Columbia University
November 2018 -- Delighted to participate in a two-day roundtable on current issues of peace and security in international law, organized by the international think tank Chatham House, in collaboration with the Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School and the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL). The roundtables bring together academics from Australia, Canada, China, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Explaining Extradition Law
Britain, Brexit, and Treaty Exits
March 2019 -- Many thanks to the Association of Professors Emeriti at the University of Alberta for hosting a presentation on the legal aspects of Britain's exit from the European Union. This invited talk was delivered as part of the Association’s speaker series on current events, prompting many timely questions on the legal consequences of exiting economic integration treaties.
'Extradition after Diab' Panel