The South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business hosts biannual conferences focusing on an International or Business law topic. The symposium brings in local, national, and international panelists to discuss the impacts of specific topics on the law, the implications locally or nationally, and the international impact.
The South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business is pleased to announce that our Fall 2020 Symposium, titled International Law in Times of Crisis, will take place on November 6, 2020! Our symposium will involve three separate panel discussions and a keynote address. Each panel will discuss one overarching topic in international law: (1) the Global Debt crisis, (2) Refugee Crises, and (3) Pandemic Crises.
The Symposium will be conducted virtually over the Blackboard Collaborate Ultra platform due to health and safety concerns related to COVID-19. Panelists are invited to present a paper or research topic if they so choose.
There will be no application fee for attendance or participation in the event, and is open to lawyers, students and other interested registrants.
The symposium is pending approval for 4.5 CLE credit hours by the South Carolina Supreme Court of the South Carolina bar.