From the Georgetown website:

“Geneva has long drawn diplomats, corporate titans and those interested in the intersection of international economic law and policy. On June 9 and 10, Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and the Graduate Institute, Geneva co-hosted the 2017 Annual G2 Conference on WTO Law.

World Trade Organization (WTO) diplomats, Secretariat officials, private practitioners, corporate and government officials, academics and students gathered for the event, held at both the Graduate Institute and the WTO. With a focus on reforming trade law, sessions addressed globalization and the backlash to international trade, U.S. trade policy under President Trump and more.”  The full story here.

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