“The Trade Law Practicum was a valuable and rewarding exercise. It enabled us to undertake detailed research on issues which are important to our beneficiaries, and the legal analysis of the students was rigorous and high-quality.”
— Ben Czapnik, Adviser (former), International Trade Center
Latest project by students of the Hebrew University Clinic assesses ISDS options available to small economies. The report identifies 5 possible models & offers recommendations considering the needs of small economies.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ) is one of TradeLab's newest members. After conducting a Pilot Clinic in 2018, HUJ is now running a clinic during the summer of 2019.
In its first year of activity, the Clinic prepared Memoranda on three disputes at the WTO, briefing a Member Government on possibilities for participation as a Third-Party, and prepared a Third-Party submission. For the second clinic, the Clinic is prepari...
The TradeLab Showcase was held on June 7, 2019, at The Graduate Institute, Geneva, with 12 clinics being represented by students and Supervisors! The Showcase was a great opportunity for students from different TradeLab clinics to briefly present their projects and for Academic Supervisors to summarize the activities of their respective clinics.
The TradeLab Showcase was also a great occasion for all the different...
During the spring semester of 2019, student teams from the Georgetown Law practicum worked on six unique projects for various beneficiaries and were supervised by Professors Jennifer Hillman, Katrin Kuhlmann and Joost Pauwelyn. The projects involved a wide range of topics and output:
1. Drafting a Reference Guide for United Social Ventures analyzing legal issues facing social entrepreneurs in Uganda.
Students, Mark Carew, Bradley Doyle and Spencer Malthouse, from the University of Ottawa-Queen's University Joint TradeLab Practicum of 2019, sharing a summary of their project for the Center for Trade Policy and Law, Canada, and their clinical experiences.