Edwards on George and Wheatley: “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”

For the first installment of the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law on February 2, 2018, Professor Erika George from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah was joined by Princeton University’s Professor Natasha Wheatley. Both scholars dealt with the past, present, and future role of non-state actors in the Read more about Edwards on George and Wheatley: “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”[…]

Understanding Corporate Legal Personhood: Past and Present

On Friday, February 2, the Mellon Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law welcomed Professor Erika George of the University of Utah College of Law, and Professor Natasha Wheatley of Princeton University for a two-hour roundtable discussion on issues ranging from the history of corporate legal personhood to the responsibilities of business enterprises to respect Read more about Understanding Corporate Legal Personhood: Past and Present[…]

Hughes on George and Wheatley, “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”

To kick off the Spring 2018 semester of the Mellon Sawyer Seminar Guest Lectures, Natasha Wheatley, Professor of History at Princeton University, and Erika George, Professor at the University of Utah College of Law, presented papers on Friday, February 2nd, 2018.  Both papers discussed the role of non-state entities in international law. George began by Read more about Hughes on George and Wheatley, “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”[…]

Yang on George and Wheatley, “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”

The first guest speaker session of the spring semester of the Sawyer Seminar on Corporation and International Law on February 2, 2018 welcomed Professor Erika George, of the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and Professor Natasha Wheatley, of Princeton University. The two scholars addressed the issue of the intersection between corporations, international Read more about Yang on George and Wheatley, “Corporate Rights and Responsibilities: Past and Present”[…]

The Theory and Practice of International Law: from WWI to Facebook’s Empire

In the most recent installment of the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law, Erica George of the University of Utah College of Law, and Natasha Wheatly of The Princeton History Department presented their recent work. Professor George’s paper, “Protecting Human Rights Through Rankings and Reporting,” examined the potential for ranking mechanisms to set more Read more about The Theory and Practice of International Law: from WWI to Facebook’s Empire[…]

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”[…]

Looking Forward and Back: Two Approaches to Solving State-Centrism

On Friday, February 2, 2018, the Duke University Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law welcomed two scholars, Erika George, Professor of Law and Co-Director Center for Global Justice at the University of Utah, and Natasha Wheatley, Assistant Professor in Modem European History at Princeton University, to present their papers at an interdisciplinary academic workshop, Read more about Looking Forward and Back: Two Approaches to Solving State-Centrism[…]