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2017 Symposium News Bulletin

On Friday, February 17th, 2017, the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law hosted its symposium titled Sovereign Conduct on the Margins of the Law. By all accounts the event was a great success! The discussions were very thoughtful and generated great conversations between the panelists and the other attendees. With that in mind, the Journal wanted to once again thank all of the panelists who attended:

Prof. Anna Gelpern, Georgetown University Law Center

Prof. Mark Weidemaier, UNC Chapel Hill Law School

Prof. Veronica Santarosa, University of Michigan Law School

Prof. Tim Samples, University of Georgia’s Terry College of Busines

Prof. Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Queen Mary University of London’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies

Mr. Eric Blinderman, CEO, Therium, Inc.

Ms. Tiffany McLee, Intelligence Analyst, The National Cyber Forensics & Training Alliance

Mr. Donald Good, Director, Navigant—Information Security & Investigations Practice

Dr. Magnus Hörnqvist, Stockholm University

Dr. Rainer Hülsse, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität

Prof. Larry Cata Backer, Pennsylvania State University Law School

Mr. Jonathan Gimblett, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

Prof. Pammela Quinn Saunders, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law

Prof. Nicholas Howson, University of Michigan Law School

Ms. Alma Angotti, Managing Director, Navigant—Global Investigations and Compliance Practice

Prof. Richard Gordon, Case Western Reserve University School of Law Further, the Journal would like to thank our moderators:

Professors Wuerth, Yadav, Meyer, and Newton from the Vanderbilt Law school

A brief synopsis of the symposium can be found here: Prof. Cata Backer, one of the panelists, kindly summarized the presentations of each panelists and posted them to his blog “Law at the End of the Day.”

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