Georgetown-Geneva Institute Summer Conference Program Released

On July 11, the Graduate Center, Geneva and Georgetown Law will be hosting a workshop on resolving disputes in international economic law.  As mentioned earlier, we expect cutting edge discussions on trade, monetary affairs, financial innovation and tax–and our tentative … Continue Reading

Financial Regulatory Roundtable Debrief and Video Now Available

I had the honor of participating on the Hill last week on a smart financial regulatory roundtable with leading voices in the field.  The video can be found here. The write up from Chad Reese is as follows: Paul Atkins, former … Continue Reading

JIEL’s latest Issue Is Out!

  Fresh off the press!!:  Oxford U Press’s Journal of International Economic Law has released its latest issue on financial disputes in international courts, populism and trade, macro prudential regulation of China’s currency, and an exploration of international human rights … Continue Reading

Call for papers for ‘Blockchain, Public Trust and Public Law,’ November 29-30, 2018 in Groningen

Throughout the world, governments are experimenting with blockchain in different areas. However, it remains a black box to many citizens, public bodies, and companies. This in itself raises concerns for areas where democratic processes are essential to create legitimacy. Additionally, … Continue Reading

Max Planck Luxembourg PhD Scholarships 2019

The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law is offering a limited number of scholarships for foreign doctoral candidates to support their research stay at the Institute for up to six months in the calendar year … Continue Reading

Paper Proposals for G2 Conference on Resolving Disputes in International Economic Law Due by March 30th

Georgetown’s Institute of International Economic Law and the Graduate Institute, Geneva’s Center for Trade and Economic Integration will co-host a one-day conference on resolving disputes in international economic law on July 11th, 2018.  The conference will be the 18th year in which the two institutions … Continue Reading

What Should Be In an ICO White Paper? My Thoughts for Congress and–Cointelegraph

I had the pleasure two days ago of writing an op-ed for the great folks of Cointelegraph on What Should Be in an ICO White Paper?  My remarks were a sneak peak of my Congressional testimony where you can find my full … Continue Reading

C-SPAN recording of my Congressional Testimony on ICO White Papers is now up

I had the pleasure today of an absolutely interesting discussion on the regulation of bitcoin, ICOs and other cryptocurrencies with my fellow panelists from Coinbase, Coin Center and Wilson Sonsini.  For those interested in the discussion, the CSPAN video can be … Continue Reading

IIEL’s Joint Briefing with Atlantic Council on US Tariffs Now Available on Sound Cloud

In a wide-ranging discussion for dozens of media outlets, the IIEL’s Faculty and Senior Fellows addressed the implications of the tariffs for WTO and regional trade initiatives, prospects for retaliation and how the current regime compares to past U.S. tariffs … Continue Reading

Coming to a PBS Near You this Month…

This month I’ll be appearing in the PBS broadcast Great Decisions in Foreign Policy, an eight-part documentary series on PBS that explores the great strategic challenges facing the United States today.  This season’s third episode “China: The New Silk Road” features … Continue Reading