Boston University School of Law

Boston University International Education Week 2012

Summary

Boston University International Education Week 2012

Description

“Global Issues from International Perspectives”

Please join us for a night of conversation and debate about today’s most pressing global issues. A panel of Boston University School of Law students will present their perspectives on current and controversial legal issues across the world. Refreshments will be served.

Topics Include:
• The Euro Crisis
• Hugo Chavez’s Influence in Latin America
• The Implications of a Nuclear Iran

Panelists Include:
• Ali Delforoush: Iran/Canada
• Dong Long: China
• Begoña Charro: Spain
• Anthony Kelamis: Greece/Saudi Arabia
• Stefan Bajohr: Germany
• Kelly Soltis: USA
• Cristiano Dias: Brazil
• Carlos Delgado: Venezuela

The event will be moderated by Boston University School of Law Professor Daniela Caruso.

To RSVP or to request more information, please email foreign@bu.edu. Space is limited, so please respond by November 11, 2012.

International Education Week (IEW) is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. During the week of November 12-16 BU will participate in IEW and showcase BU’s myriad global dimensions. For more information and list of events visit bu.edu/globalprograms/iew.

Starts

5:00pm on Tuesday, November 13th 2012

End Time

7:00pm

Location

Barristers Hall, Law Tower, 765 CWA

Topics

Career Development Office, J.D. Central