Join the International Law Society for a discussion of the multifaceted approach of China's Belt and Road Initiative and challenges in implementing this policy. Speakers will include Austin Pierce from Vinson & Elkins Houston office, Dr. Jackson Ewing from the Nicholas Institute of Environmental Policy and Sanford School of Public Policy, and Dr. Shitong Qiao from Duke Law. Moderated by Prof. Paul Haagen. Sponsored by the International Law Society, Environmental Law Society, and Law & Economics Society. For more information, please contact Kaitlyn Posa at email@example.com.
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