The conference was held March 23-24, 2006 at the University of Georgia School of Law and hosted by the Dean Rusk Center - International, Comparative and Graduate Legal Studies. It was also designated an American Society of International Law Centennial Regional Meeting. The central focus of the conference was the dispute settlement system of the World Trade Organization (WTO), with a view toward exploring the need for a superstructure of international law governing trade and economic cooperation between countries.

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Thursday, March 23rd
12:00 AM

International Trade Under the Rule of Law Conference

C. Donald Johnson, University of Georgia School of Law
Amy S. Dwyer, Stewart and Stewart
Dencho Georgiev, World Trade Organization
Stephen Kho, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Peter J. Spiro, University of Georgia School of Law
Raj Bhala, University of Kansas School of Law
Eduardo Perez Motta, Mexican Federal Competition Commission
William J. Davey, University of Illinois College of Law
Kim Van der Borght, University of Hull School of Law
Nikolaos Zaimis, European Commission
Gabriel M. Wilner, University of Georgia School of Law
Charles Owen Verrill Jr., Wiley, Rein & Fielding LLP
Marsha A. Echols, Howard University School of Law
Donald M. McRae, University of Ottawa
Daniel M. Bodansky, University of Georgia School of Law

12:00 AM