L&CP Symposium 2007: Odious Debts & State Corruption | Part 1

The Journal of Law & Contemporary Problems presents its day-long annual conference at the Law School, providing extensive scholarly discussion and critical analysis of Odious Debt. Part 1. Welcome and Introduction by: Anne Hazlett, Editor-in-Chielf, and Neil Vidmar, Chairman, Law & Contemporary Problems; "Odious Debt as a Doctrine of International Law, its Institutional Context, and the Sovereign-Populace Relationship", featuring Daniel Tarullo, Tai-Heng Cheng, James Feinerman, Kim Fielding, Anna Gelpern, and Shari Spiegel.

Recorded on January 26, 2007.

Panel titled: Odious Debt as a Doctrine of International Law, It's Institutional Context, & the Sovereign-Populace Relationship.

Conference title: Odious Debts & State Corruption (2007)

Appearing: Anne Hazlett (Student, Duke University School of Law), introducer; Neil Vidmar (Duke University School of Law), speaker; Daniel Tarullo (Georgetown University Law Center), moderator; James Feinerman (Georgetown University Law Center), Kim Fielding (Student, Duke University School of Law), Tai-Heng Cheng (New York Law School), Shari Spiegel (Initiative for Policy Dialogue), Anna Gelpern (Rutgers University School of Law), panelists.