During the week of October 13, the Hamilton Lugar School hosted the first International Law and Institutions Career Week. It featured a series of distinguished guests meeting students to discuss careers and ways to address global challenges in a variety of areas including human rights and war crimes investigations, the globalization of employment law and technology, careers in refugee and asylum work, careers in policy and politics, and international trade. Speakers included Marc Garlasco, who has led war crimes investigations as the senior military advisor for the U.N.’s Independent International Commissions in Libya and Syria, and Kathleen Claussen, a law professor and formerly Associate General Counsel at the Office of the U.S Trade Representative in the Executive Office of the President, where she represented the United States in trade dispute proceedings and served as a legal advisor for the United States in international trade negotiations.
International Law and Institutions Career Week
Sunday, October 13, 2019