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Stopgap Judicial Imperialism: The Use of American Courts to Resolve Transnational Disputes - Lessons of the Holocaust Cases

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The Center for Transnational Legal Studies, London, invited the public to its final 2008-09 Lecture in Transnational Justice.  The series featured leading figures in the law and the legal academy discussing issues of transnational law and justice.  This lecture featured Burt Neuborne, a professor at NYU Law School, a renowned civil liberties lawyer.and the lead lawyer in a successful $1.25 billion international lawsuit by Holocaust survivors against Swiss banks.   His lecture discussed that case, and was entitled, Stopgap Judicial Imperialism: The Use of American Courts to Resolve Transnational Disputes - Lessons of the Holocaust Cases

DATE:  March 18, 2009

TIME:  6:00 PM, wine-and-cheese reception followed

PLACE:  Center for Transnational Legal Studies, 3rd Floor, Swan House, 37-39 High Holborn, London. 

RSVP to:  Maike Kotterba, mk639@law.georgetown.edu

The Center for Transnational Studies is a joint venture of Georgetown Law, King's College London, University of Melbourne, University of Toronto, National University of Singapore, University of Sao Paulo, Free University of Berlin, Hebrew University, Torino University, ESADE (Spain), and Fribourg (Switzerland).  It is located at 37-39 High Holborn. 

For further details of lectures and activities of the Center, see http://ctls.georgetown.edu/ 

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