Friday, April 23
Welcome and Opening Statements
- Patrice Petro, CIE Director
- Dean G. Richard Meadows
- Robert J. Beck, Conference Chair
Panel 1: The Functions of International Law
Moderator: Robert J. Beck
- Michael Byers, Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia
"International Law during Global Crises: Why Rules are More Important than Ever"
- Kennan Ferguson, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
"Speed Limits and Speed Bumps: The Functions of International Law and its Lack"
Panel 2: Human Advocacy and Assistance: Beyond the State/State System
Moderator: Chukuka S. Enwemeka
- Cecelia Lynch, Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies, University of California, Irvine
"Borders, Law, and Muslim Humanitarians in the 'War on Terror'"
- Erica Bornstein, Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
"Religious Charity Outside the Law in New Delhi"
Panel 3: Law and Transborder Information Flows
Moderator: A. Aneesh
- Elizabeth Buchanan, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
"Information Ethics and Regulation in an Era of Trans-Border Research Flow"
- Michael Zimmer, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
"Trading Up or a Race to the Bottom? How Regional Privacy Laws Impact Online Privacy Across Borders"
Panel 4: Law and Art: Copyright and Trademark
Moderator: Lane Hall
- Pat Aufderheide, Center for Social Media, School of Communication, American University
"Remixing the ©: How Academics, Filmmakers, Poets and Lawyers Together Are Righting Imbalance in Copyright Policy Worldwide"
- Nathaniel Stern, Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
"Wikipedia Art: Of Performative Citations and Trademark Infringement"