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Dean Alexander's Presentations

Guest Panelist, California State University – Long Beach, February 13, 2008
Topic: “The President’s Forum on International Human Rights: Modern Genocides and Global Responsibility”

Speaker, Winter 2008 Roundtable, Vanderbilt Law School, January 18-19, 2008
Topic: “The Law and Politics of International Cooperation”

Guest Speaker, School of Business, David Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN, April 20, 2007
Topic: “Lawless World?: Doe v. Unocal: A Case Study in the Progressive Development of International Law”

Guest Speaker, “Voices to Stop Genocide Rally,” The Race Relations Institute, The Nashville Peace & Justice Center, Sept. 17, 2006, Nashville, TN
Topic: “Legal Aspects of the Crisis in Darfur”

Guest Speaker, The Darfur Project, Murray State University, Murray, KY, February 8, 2006
Topic: “A Call for Action: The Darfur Genocide and the U.N.’s Response”

Guest Lecture, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, November 30, 2005
Topic: “Europe and Genocide in the 1990s”

Lecture, Butterworths International Law Seminar Series, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, London, U.K., June 20, 2003
Topic: “The USA Patriot Act and Its Impact on International Human Rights Law”

Lecture, The World Trade Council of Middle Tennessee Symposium, “The Legal Aspects Of Exporting”, Nashville, TN, May 21, 2003
Topic: “Corporate Compliance and Exporting: Navigating U.S. Government Regulations

Presentation, Kentucky State AFL-CIO Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY, December 2001
Topic: “Export Our Products, Not Jobs: NAFTA’s Impact on U.S. Industry and Jobs”

Panelist, Governor’s Conference on NAFTA, Louisville, KY, January 2001
Topic: “Examining NAFTA’s Impact on the U.S. and Kentucky’s Economy”

Presentation, Virginia Journal of International Law Annual Banquet, Jefferson Rotunda, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, April 1999
Topic: “U.S. Hegemony and the Relevance of International Law in the New Millennium”

Lecture, The Annual Economic History Society Conference, Lancaster University, U.K., 1996
Topic: “U.S. Policy towards Regionalism since the Trade Expansion Act of 1962: A Changing Environment, an Unchanging Agenda”

Lecture, European Studies Seminar, Cambridge University, Cambridge, U.K., March 1996
Topic: “U.S.-European Trade Relations Since the Kennedy Round of GATT Negotiations: Successes and Failures”

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