The Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law extends an invitation to all business or law graduate students, academics, and practitioners to its International Business and Trade Law (INTLaw) Conference on April 23rd and April 24th, 2018 at the Inn at the Forks hotel in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
We aim to have lively discussions on innovative topics in international economics, business, and trade law (including e-commerce). This year, the two themes of the conference will be the Sharing Economy and Secession Movements.
A major focus of the conference is to provide a forum for graduate students, early-career academics, experienced scholars, and practitioners to present their work. If approved, papers may be published in the Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law, a peer-reviewed (by the editors) and refereed annual publication. The Asper Review is long established and well-regarded: among Canadian Law Journals it is ranked eighth overall, third among specialized journals, and first in the area of international trade law. It is ranked seventh in the world in peer-reviewed or refereed international trade law journals (Washington and Lee University annual survey).
We invite all interested in attending to do so at no registration fee! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
The final conference schedule is now available here: 4th Asper Conference schedule – Final
View feedback from previous conferences at: http://www.asper-chair.com
Presenters for the 2018 INTLaw Conference
|Baskaran Balasingham||Most-Favoured Customer Clauses and Online Platforms: Enforcement Strategies and Priorities under EU Competition and US Antritrust Law|
|Chinonso T. Anozie||The Parallel Application of Monopoly and Competition in Energy Sector of Developing Countries; A Malediction to Energy Development|
|Zubair Khan||Settlement of biodiversity disputes through emerging sharing economy: benefit sharing mechanism and patent co-ownership|
|Johanna Gusman||Shoring up international trade law with respect to global health: how future treaties can be drafted/amended to account for WHO FCTC implementation challenges|
|Howard Chitimira||The Regulation of Insider Trading in Namibia: Challenges and Prospects|
|Leisan Safina||The Potentials of Smart Contract in Islamic Trade Finance|
|Ana Chuc Gamboa||International Trade Law and International Human Rights Law: Siblings or Distant Relatives|
|Aly Haji||The Illusion of Innovation at Canadian Law Firms|
|Azar Mahmoudi||The Proliferation of Corruption in Sanctioned Regimes: How Economic Sanctions Undermine Anti-Corruption Reforms in Iran|
|Kaja Zaleska-Korziuk||When good Samaritan is paying your litigation costs – the phenomena of strategic third-party funding.|
|Mario Bouchard||Collective Management of Copyright and the Sharing Economy: Same Wine, Newer Bottles?|
|Tom Slee||Author of What’s Yours is Mine: Against the Sharing Economy|
|Paul Moist||From the Center for Policy Alternatives|
|Janelle Orsi – skype presentation||Author of Practicing Law in the Sharing Economy|
|Abbey Stemler – from Indiana University||Author of “Betwixt and Between: Regulating the Sharing Economy”|
|Peter Holle||From the Frontier Center|