The Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law (DJCIL) is hosting a symposium on the topic of “Internationalizing the Conflict of Laws Restatement” November 4–5, 2016 in Room 3037 at Duke University School of Law.
The symposium will provide an opportunity to explore an array of topics such as “Comparative Law and International Law in the New Restatement,” “International versus Interstate Conflicts,” “Family Law and Domestic Relations” and several other topics.
The symposium will feature all three reporters of the 3rd Restatement of the Conflict of Laws: Laura Little, Kermit Roosevelt III and Chris Whytock. Speakers will include Patrick Borchers, Hannah Buxbaum, Donald Earl Childress III, Ann Laquer Estin, Richard Fentiman, Ralf Michaels, Horatia Muir Watt, Mathias Reimann, Linda Silberman, Symeon Symeonides, Louise Ellen Teitz, and Chris Whytock.
If you are interested in attending the DJCIL Symposium please email email@example.com by October 16, 2016 with a contact email and how many people will be attending in your party. Your RSVP will help us ensure adequate seating and facilitate us providing you updates on the symposium.
The symposium is scheduled from 1:00 pm to 5:45 pm on Nov. 4th and from 8:00am to 1:00 pm on Nov. 5th.
Friday: On Friday, Nov. 4th guests are encouraged to park at the Duke Law visitor lot. Please see the following website for more information https://law.duke.edu/about/visit/.
Saturday: On Saturday, Nov. 5th due to a Duke home football game, visitors are encouraged to park in the Circuit Drive General Public parking lots. Please see the following website for rates and more information https://parking.duke.edu/parking/athletic_event_parking/football_parking.php. From the Circuit Drive parking lots please walk up Circuit Drive (i.e. South, with the Duke Pond on your right) until you reach Towerview Road. Once you reach Towerview Road, turn left and continue along Towerview Road until you arrive at the Law School (on your right).