The conference will be in the Jacob Burns Moot Court Room, L101, Lerner Hall. This room is immediately on your right after you enter the main law school building (Lerner Hall) at the main entrance on 2000 H Street just west of 20th Street.
1:30-1:45 Opening proceedings
1:45-2:40 Panel 1: Google and freedom of online information (Sharon Hom, Lawrence Liu, Rebecca MacKinnon, Amy Porges, Susan Weld)
2:40-3:35 Panel 2: Business law (Donald Clarke, James Feinerman, Nicholas Howson)
3:35-3:50 Coffee break
3:50-4:45 Panel 3: Human rights, civil society, and criminal law (Xiaorong Li, Eva Pils, Karla Simon, Scot Tanner)
4:45-5:40 Panel 4: International law (Julia Qin, Michael Schlesinger, Timothy Stratford, Alex Wang)
5:40-6:00 Closing remarks by Professor Cohen
There will be a live webcast of the event, available after 1 p.m. on the day of the conference at http://www.law.gwu.edu/News/Videos/Pages/Feed2.aspx. The proceedings will also be recorded and made available on Youtube (www.youtube.com) under the title "Half a Century of Asian Law".
RSVPs are not necessary but would be greatly appreciated so that we can get a rough idea of the numbers. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name in the subject line; one e-mail per person. The message body will not be read.
This conference is a joint production of George Washington University Law School and Georgetown University Law School. Panelists' presentations will be brief, and there will be extensive time devoted to audience participation.