Centennial Universal Congress of Lawyers

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CENTENNIAL UNIVERSAL CONGRESS OF LAWYERS CONFERENCE
- LAWYERS AND JURISTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
12-13 November 2004
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Friday, 12 November 2004
Welcome and Introductions
 
 Jeffrey E. Lewis – Dean, Saint Louis University School of Law 
 Joel Seligman – Dean, Washington University School of Law 
 David S. Clark – President, American Society of Comparative Law
 
SESSION ONE - The Centennial of Comparative Law in the United States
 
View Video in Real Player  - Moderator: William Fisch – University of Missouri, Columbia 

The Origins of American Comparative Law: The Revolution to 1900
View Video in Real Player  - Michael H. Hoeflich – University of Kansas School of Law  
 
Establishing Comparative Law in the United States: The First Fifty Years 1904-1954
View Video in Real Player  - David S. Clark – Willamette University College of Law    
 
American Comparative Law as a Discipline after World War II
View Video in Real Player  - Mathias W. Reimann – The University of Michigan Law School    
 
SESSION TWO - Expanding the Rule of Law: Judicial Reform in Central Europe and Latin America
 
 View Video in Real Player  - Moderator: John O. Haley – Washington University    
 View Video in Real Player  - Bryant Garth – Director, American Bar Foundation        
 View Video in Real Player  - Peter Messitte – Judge, U.S. District Court, Maryland   
 View Video in Real Player  - Linn Hammergren – The Word Bank         

 Discussant: John O. Haley – Washington University
 
Saint Louis University - Dubourg Hall 157
 
Introduction: Henry Ordower – Saint Louis University
 
Models for Criminal Procedure Reform -Mirjan Damaska – Yale Law School
 
AFTERNOON SESSIONS A and B  
SESSION THREE (A)  Saint Louis University [William H. Kniep Courtroom School of Law]
SESSION THREE A – [Saint Louis University] Criminal Procedure Reform Worldwide
SESSION THREE (B) Washington University [Anheuser-Busch Hall?Room 310]
 
Panel I – Criminal Procedure Reform in Western Europe
 
View Video in Real Player  - Moderator: Stephen Thaman – Saint Louis University
         
The Frustrated Turn to Adversarial Procedure in Italy (Italian Criminal Procedure code of 1988)
View Video in Real Player  - Giulio Illuminati - University of Bologna
         
Reform Trends in Spain, France and the United Kingdom
View Video in Real Player  - Richard Vogler – Sussex University, United Kingdom
         
Reform Trends in Scandinavia
View Video in Real Player  - Eva Smith – University of Copenhagen      
View Video in Real Player - Discussant: Hans-Jörg Albrecht – Max Planck Institut, Germany        
 
Panel II – Criminal Procedure Reform in East Asia, the Former Soviet Republics, and Latin America
 
Moderator: Michael Wolff – Judge, Missouri Supreme Court 
 
Trends in Criminal Procedure Reform in East Asia - (Japan, Korea, China, Viet Nam)
View Video in Real Player  - Byung-Sun Cho – Chongju University, South Korea
        
The Turn to Adversary Procedures in the Former Soviet Republics
View Video in Real Player  - Stephen Thaman – Saint Louis University
        
Trends in Criminal Procedure Reform in Latin America
Alberto Bovino – University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
View Video in Real Player   - Discussant: Maximo Langer – University of California, Los Angeles      
 
SESSION THREE B –  The Changing Legal Profession
 
Panel I – The Global Role of Lawyers 
 
View Video in Real Player  - Moderator:  Constance Wagner – Saint Louis University    
View Video in Real Player  - Anita Esslinger – Bryan Cave, London        
View Video in Real Player  - Hauwa Ibrahim – Attorney, Nigeria           
View Video in Real Player  - R.Z. Margaret Lu – Attorney, David Wright Tremaine LLP           
View Video in Real Player  - Discussant:  Jerry Zhu – Attorney, David Wright Tremaine LLP         
 
Panel II – Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility in a Global Context 
 
View Video in Real Player  - Moderator: Peter Joy – Washington University      
View Video in Real Player  - Laurel Terry – Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law         
View Video in Real Player  - Julian Lonbay – University of Birmingham, England                   
View Video in Real Player  - Discussant:  Peter Ehrenhaft – Miller & Chevalier Chartered  
        
Keynote Address – Dorsey D. Ellis, Jr. – Washington University        
 
Saturday, 13 November 2004
 
SESSION FOUR - Harmonization of Civil Procedure
Moderator: Frederic Bloom – Saint Louis University  
 
The ALI/UNIDROIT Principles and Rules of Transnational Civil Procedure

View Video in Real Player  - Geoffrey Hazard – University of Pennsylvania; former Director, American Law Institute       
View Video in Real Player  - Michele Taruffo – University of Pavia, Italy     
View Video in Real Player  - Discussant: Antonio Gidi – University of Detroit          
 
SESSION FIVE - The Influence of International Law and International Tribunals on Harmonized or Hybrid Systems of Criminal Procedure 
 
View Video in Real Player  - Moderator: Leila Nadya Sadat – Washington University  
 
Court Procedure in the International Criminal Tribunals (Yugoslavia, Rome Statute):  A Convergence of Two Systems

View Video in Real Player  - William Schabas – Irish Centre for Human Rights  
 
The Influence of Human Rights Conventions (particularly the European Convention on Human Rights) on Criminal Procedure Reform in Europe

View Video in Real Player  - Stefan Trechsel  - University of Zurich (former President, European Commission of Human Rights)        
 
The Influence of International Law & International Tribunals: A Practitioner’s Perspective

View Video in Real Player  - Christine Van den Wyngaert – ICTY    
View Video in Real Player  - Discussant: David Sloss – Saint Louis University        
 
Criminal Liability in a Globalized Economy: Comparative Perspectives on Corporate Criminal Liability and Cybercrime     
 
View Video in Real Player  - Cristina de Maglie – University of Pavia-Italy; Earl Warren Legal Institute, University of  California, Berkeley  
View Video in Real Player  - Ulrich Sieber – Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, Germany