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Tenth Annual WTO Conference

19th May 2010

This will be the Tenth Annual WTO Conference and an apt time to consider past developments and predict future directions in WTO law. This annually held Conference is aimed at discussing topical issues and new developments in the WTO case law as well as putting them into the broader international legal and economic context. The objective of the conference is to analyse the impact of latest developments and look to potential future changes. The speakers are a mix of experienced WTO practitioners including leading lawyers, academics and WTO judges and officials.

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If you would like more information on this event, please contact Norah Gallagher Director, Investment Treaty Forum and Senior Research Fellow in International Trade and Investment Law

Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 5156 | Email: n.gallagher@biicl.org


Organized in association with the Institute of International Economic Law at Georgetown University Law Center, the Journal of International Economic Law and the Society of International Economic Law.

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