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JD/LLM in International and Comparative Law

“This summer I had the chance to work on a potential IPO deal at a Beijing law firm. At the Duke Hong Kong Institute, I learned from professors from all over the world and had a truly unforgettable summer. If you’re looking to practice internationally, then there’s no question — the JD/LLM is a program you should be part of.”

— Ebosetale Okojie JD/LLM’13

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  • Rachel Brewster
    Professor of Law

    Brewster’s scholarly research and teaching focus on the areas of international economic law and international relations theory.  She came to Duke Law in July 2012 from Harvard University where she was an assistant professor of law and affiliate faculty member of The Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. Brewster serves as co-director of Duke’s Center for International and Comparative Law.

  • DJCIL Symposium 2015 | Concepción Escobar Hernández, Keynote

    12:30–1:25: Lunch and keynote speech with Concepción Escobar Hernández, the International Law Commission’s Special Rapporteur on Immunity of State Officials from Foreign Criminal Jurisdiction. Keynote

  • DJCIL Symposium 2015 | U.S. Perspectives on Foreign Official Immunity

    “The Adjudication of Foreign Official Immunity Determinations in the United States and Beyond Post-Samantar” by Dr. Christopher Totten (Kennesaw State University) and “A U.S. Department of State Perspective on Foreign Official Immunity” by John Bellinger (Arnold & Porter, LLP), with discussant Curtis Bradley (Duke University School of Law). From the Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law's 2015 Symposium on Foreign Immunity.

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