Telo on Wu, “China, Inc.”

On March 2, 2018, Harvard Law professor Mark Wu joined the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law to discuss China’s increasingly ambiguous role in the world economy. The Chinese economy features a unique organization of formal and informal synergetic links connecting public and private entities. This uniqueness has created tension in the international geopolitical Read more about Telo on Wu, “China, Inc.”[…]

Telo on George and Wheatley “From Habsburg to the Internet: the Fluidity of International Law across Time and Place”

The Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law held its first spring talk last Friday on February 2, 2018. University of Utah’s Professor Erika George and Princeton University’s Professor Natasha Wheatley kicked off the spring visiting scholar series by discussing how international law has, and continues to, adapt to emerging participants in the international sphere. Read more about Telo on George and Wheatley “From Habsburg to the Internet: the Fluidity of International Law across Time and Place”[…]