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Academic Experience Professor of Law June 2011-Present Faculty Director, Program on the Corporation, Law and Global Society June 2014-Present Associate Dean for Academic Affairs July 2014- June 30, 2017 Faculty Director, LLM and International Programs July 2011-June 2015 Faculty Co-Director, Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy June 2005-July 2014 Associate Professor, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA May 2004-May 2011 I teach Corporations, Conflict of Laws, International Business Regulation, International Law and Law and Economic Development. Visiting Senior Lecturer in Law and Policy, A. Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions, Brown University, Providence, RI July 2008-June 2009 I taught interdisciplinary courses focused on law and policy including, “Law and Economic Development: Theories, Policies and Institutions,” “Corporate Power and Global Order: Regulation and Policy in the Transnational Economic Sphere,” and “How Lawyers Think: Lessons in Reasoning and Rulership from the Critical Tradition of American Legal Thought.” My research while at Brown sought to bring a more interdisciplinary approach to my work on multinational corporations and their role in shaping transnational regulation and governance.
Visiting Professor, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA May 2002-May 2004 I taught Corporations, Conflict of Laws, International Business Regulation and International Law. Adjunct Professor, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA Periodically from 1993-2002 I taught Corporations, Torts, International Law and Modern Legal Theory. Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 1994 and 1995 I taught a course called Law, Sex and Identity that sought to expand the legal study of identity beyond the anti-discrimination paradigm by developing an interdisciplinary approach that brought together the study of legal cases implicating sex, race, class and gender issues with readings from jurisprudence, literary theory, psychoanalytic theory, sociology, political theory, anthropology, economics and literature.
Other Professional Experience Advisor, Service Employees International Union, Washington, D.C. November 2005 –December 2007 I provided strategic advice to the Service Workers Union regarding international law, corporate law, governance and transnational organizing strategies. My work involved advising the SEIU on corporate issues in Spain and Brazil and assisting with the organization of a multinational conference hosted by the SEIU and Columbia Law School bringing together trade unionists, academics and lawyers from around the world to discuss strategies for organizing workers and enforcing workers rights and protections against individual multinationals operating in multiple countries. I also assisted in the organization of conference on Corporate Governance and Labor in Europe involving union leaders, heads of international labor federations, academics and business leaders to explore ways to make use of corporate governance regulation in the context of broader organizing efforts in Europe.
Consultant, Library of Congress of Chile, Valparaiso and Santiago, Chile January 2006 I was part of a delegation of eight scholars from around the world invited to assist the staff of the Chilean Library of Congress and various members of the Chilean legislature in analytic techniques of comparative law. The team of scholars offered a series of training sessions and then a formal conference on techniques of comparative law that focused on highlighting legislative choices rather than particular legal traditions or national “solutions” and identifying the effects of those choices on different political and social constituencies in Chile. Advisor, Foreign Minister of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand September 2004 – January 2005 I was one of four member of the core planning group asked by Dr. Surakiart Sathirathai, then Foreign Minister of Thailand and a leading candidate to be Secretary General of the United Nations, to convene a working group of international expert to help develop a vision for more accountable and humane global governance and to explore innovative opportunities for the United Nations in the context of a broader global governance regime. The core planning group identified a body of international experts from law, economics, political science, sociology and the private sector to participate in the project. The meeting of the full advisory group took place in Bangkok, Thailand on January 7 – 9, 2005. In addition to the core planning group, participants included the Hon. Mary Robinson, former president of the Republic of Ireland and U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prof. Joseph Stieglitz, Nobel Laureate, former Chief Economist of the World Bank, Judge Dennis Davis, High Court Judge from South Africa, Prof. John Braithwaite of Australian National University, a leading expert on global business regulation, Prof. Zhiyuan Cui, Chairman of the Department of Political Science, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and Dr. Leopold Specht of Jarolim Singer Specht Rechtsanwälte GmbH, a leading expert on privatization, business and politics in Eastern Europe and Russia. Of Counsel, Feinberg & Associates, Newton, MA September 2002 – December 2006 This small firm, founded by one of my former partners at Foley, Hoag, specializes in the representation of start-ups and young companies. I consult from time to time on corporate law and intellectual property management and protection.
Founder, Bull’s Eye Entertainment, Los Angeles, CA/Cambridge, MA August 2001 – June 2002 Bull’s Eye Entertainment is a media consulting, marketing and production company created to facilitate relationships between entertainment content producers and national advertisers in the fields of television, motion pictures, music and theater. I served as general partner and ran the advertising relations side of the business. Executive Vice President—General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Europe Online Networks S.A., Luxembourg November 1999 – March 2001 Europe Online Networks S.A. was a Luxembourg-based pan-European provider of enhanced broadband Internet and multimedia entertainment services to consumers’ homes via satellite. As General Counsel I was responsible for all legal and corporate aspects of the company’s business in 27 countries. I also served as Executive Vice President—Content and Product Development and was in charge of deals with entertainment companies and other content providers, as well as product, design and development from a creative perspective. In this capacity I supervised a staff of about 100 people. Partner, Foley, Hoag & Eliot LLP, Boston, MA January 1998 – October 1999 (Partner) September 1991 – December 1997 (Associate) Foley, Hoag is a full-service law firm with about 250 lawyers in Boston and Washington, D.C. My practice focused on the representation of technology, media and telecommunications companies in international business ventures. I specialized in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, licensing and distribution arrangements and intellectual property management and protection. Law Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, Cincinnati, OH Honorable Nathaniel R. Jones August 1990 – September 1991 Stagiaire, Commission of the European Union, Brussels, Belgium August 1989 – July 1990 I worked as a legal counsel in the Cabinet of President Jacques Delors advising on comparative federalism issues, in the Directorate General Competition on airline deregulation and in the Directorate General Information Society on issues relating to the legal protection of software.
Education Harvard Law School, J. D. cum laude, 1989 University of California, Los Angeles, B.A. English Literature, Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, 1984
Publications “The Role of Law in Global Value Chains: a Research Manifesto,” a joint publication of the IGLP Law and Global Production Working Group, 4 London Rev. Int’l L. 57 (2016). “International Law and Economics: Letting go of ‘the Normal’ in Pursuit of an Ever-Elusive ‘Real’,” in The Oxford Handbook of International Legal Theory (Anne Orford and Florian Hoffman, eds.), Oxford University Press (2016). “Beyond Corporate Governance: Why a new Approach to the Study of Corporate Law is needed to Address Global Inequality and Economic Development,” in Research Handbook on Political Economy and Law, (Ugo Mattei and John Haskell, eds.), Edward Elgar (2015). “Corporate Power and Instrumental States: Toward a Critical Reassessment of the Role of Firms, States and Regulation in Global Governance,” in International Law and Its Discontents: Confronting Crises, (Barbara Stark, ed.), Cambridge University Press (2015). David Kennedy & Dan Danielsen, “Busting Bribery: Sustaining the Global Momentum of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act” (Open Society Foundations, 2011). “Economic Approaches to Global Regulation: Expanding the International Law and Economics Paradigm,” X J. Int’l Bus. & Law 23 (2011). “Local Rules and a Global Economy: An Economic Policy Perspective,” 1 Transn’l Legal Theory 49 (Hart Publishers, 2010) (peer-reviewed). “Corporate Governance and Global Governance: Progressive Possibilities in a Globalized World,” in Progressive Lawyering, Globalization and Markets: Rethinking Ideology and Strategy (Clare Dalton, ed.) William S. Hein & Co. (2007). Book Review, Antony Anghie, Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law, Cambridge University Press (2005), 100 A.J.I.L. 757 (2006) (solicited and peer-reviewed).
“Corporate Power and Global Order,” in International Law and Its Others (Anne Orford, ed.), Cambridge University Press (2006). “How Corporations Govern: Taking Corporate Power Seriously in Transnational Regulation and Governance,” 46 Harv. Int’l L.J. 411 (2005). Remarks, “Roundtable II: Outsourcing, Working Borders: Linking Debates about Insourcing and Outsourcing of Capital and Labor,” 40 Texas Int’l L.J. 755 (2005). “What’s in a Name? Stakes and Consequences in Defining Feminism(s),” in “Gender, Sexuality and Power—Is Feminist Theory Enough?,” 12 Colum. J. Gender & L. 624 (2003). Book Review, “James Boyle, Shamans, Software and Spleens Law and the Construction of the Information Society,” 16 Leiden J. Int’l. L. 399 (2003) (solicited and peer-reviewed). After Identity: A Reader in Law and Culture (D. Danielsen and K. Engle, eds.), Routledge (1995). “Law and Violence,” 1994 Utah L. Rev. 247 (1994). “Representing Identities: Legal Treatment of Pregnancy and Homosexuality,” 26 New England L. Rev. 1453 (1992). Book Review, “Feminism Unmodified” by Catharine A. McKinnon, 23 Harv. Civ. Rts. Civ. Lib. L. Rev. 610 (1988).
Selected Scholarly Activities Conference Presenter, “Diagnosing the ‘Inward Turn’ in Democratic Capitalist States: A Critical Legal Approach,” at the 7th Institutional Transformation in European Political Economy (ITEPE) conference, “The Law of Political Economy: Transformations in the Functions of Law,” sponsored by the European Research Council, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 15-16, 2017. Senior Faculty Co-Covener, “Distribution and Regulation in the Transnational Economy,” TIJ/IGLP Joint Policy Stream, TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders and IGLP Regional Workshop in Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, January 8-9, 2017. Plenary Panelist, “How Does Knowledge Matter?” IGLP Regional Workshop in Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, January 7, 2017.
Plenary Lecturer, Opening Plenary, Thailand Institute for Justice (TIJ) Workshop for Emerging Leaders on the Rule of Law & Policy, Bangkok, Thailand, January 6, 2017. Plenary Lecturer, Opening Plenary, IGLP Regional Workshop in Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, January 6, 2017. Panelist, “The Role of Law in Global Value Chains: A Research Manifesto,” at the American Society of International Law International Economic Law Interest Group and the Institute of International Economic Law at Georgetown Law Center Biennial Conference “Making International Economic Law Work: Integrating Disciplines and Broadening Policy Choices,” Georgetown Law Center, September 30 - October 1, 2016. Plenary Speaker, The Rector’s Conference, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain, July 22, 2016. Co-Convening Faculty, Poverty and Inequality Stream, IGLP: The Workshop, Santander Universities, Madrid, Spain, July 17-23, 2016. Senior Faculty Commentator, Fifth Annual Junior Faculty Forum for International Law, New York University School of Law, New York, NY, June 27-29, 2016. Plenary Lecturer, Legal Scholarship 4.0: Tackling the Urban Core Puzzle conference, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA, October 29-31, 2015. Core Faculty and Stream Leader, International Economic Law stream, IGLP Latin American Workshop, Bogota, Colombia, August 19-23, 2015. Convener and Research Group Leader, IGLP Law and Global Production Working Group, Law and Global Value Chains Workshop, June 3-5, 2015. Organizer and co-Convener, The Corporation in Global Society mini-conference, IGLP 2015 The Conference, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, June 1-2, 2015. Organizer and Participant, The Role of Law and Structures of Production Take Three: Mapping Global Chains for Textiles and Tuna, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA and City Law School, City University London, UK, February 28-March 1, 2015. Plenary Lecture, “Letting go of the ‘normal’ in pursuit of an ever-elusive ‘real’: Mapping and Complexity in Global Law and Economy Studies,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop, HBK University, Doha, Qatar, January 10, 2015.
Plenary Panel Organizer and Speaker, “From Colonialism to Global Value Chains,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop, HBK University, Doha, Qatar, January 6, 2015. Core Faculty and Stream Leader, “The Corporation and Global Society,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop, HBK University, Doha, Qatar, January 2January 11, 2015. Organizer and Participant, The Role of Law in Structures of Production Take Two: Value, Rents, Governance and Distribution, an inter-disciplinary research seminar and workshop, City Law School, City University London, London, UK, October 25-26, 2014. Public Lecture, “Beyond Corporate Governance: Why a New Approach to Corporate Law is needed to Address Global Inequality and Development,” Center for Transnational Legal Studies, London, UK, October 21, 2014. Organizer and Participant, The Role of Law in Structures of Production, an interdisciplinary research seminar and workshop, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, June 4-6, 2014. Conference Organizer, Faculty Commentator and Convener, Corporate Power in Global Society: Explication, Critique, Engagement, Resistance conference, cosponsored by the Program on the Corporation, Law and Global Society, Northeastern University School of Law and the Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, June 2-3, 2014. Public Lecture, “Beyond Corporate Governance: Why a New Approach to the Study of Corporate Law is Needed to Address Global Inequality and Economic Development,” Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law, Helsinki, Finland, March 17, 2014. Seminar Leader, Doctoral Student Seminar, Turku Law School, University of Turku, Turku, Finland, March 12-13, 2014. Seminar Leader, Masters Student Seminar, Turku Law School, University of Turku, Turku, Finland, March 13, 2014. Public Lecture, “Corporate Power and Instrumental States: Toward a Critical Reassessment of the Role of Firms, States and Regulation in the Global Order,” Turku Law School, University of Turku, Turku, Finland, March 12, 2014. Plenary Lecture, “ Beyond Corporate Governance: Reimagining the Study of Corporate Law and Regulation for Development,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Institute, HBK University, Doha, Qatar, January 6, 2014.
Core Faculty and Stream Leader, “The Corporation and Global Society,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop, HBK University, Doha, Qatar, January 3January 13, 2014. Panelist, “Corporate Power and Instrumental States: Towards a Critical Reassessment of the Role of Firms, States and Regulation in the Global Order,” Do Corporations Rule the World? The Role of Corporate Power in Contemporary Society, The Economic and Social Rights Council Seminar Series, Cass Business School, City University London, London, UK, December 9, 2013. Featured Speaker, “Deconstructing Corporate Power: Complexity, Diversity and the Social,” The Critical Corporation Project Critical Perspectives on the Corporation: Corporate Power Workshop, The City Law School and The Cass Business School, City University London, London, UK, December 9, 2013. Panelist, “Corporate Power and Instrumental States: Towards a Critical Reassessment of the Role of Firms, States and Regulation in the Global Order,” ClassCrits IV Workshop, Capture, Corruption and the Regulatory State panel, Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA, November 15-16, 2013. Panelist, “Beyond Corporate Governance: Reimagining the Study of Corporate Law for Development,” Corporations, Corporate Governance and Unequal Societies panel, CGLAD Law and New Development Strategies: Brazil and Beyond conference, FGV Law School and Saõ Paulo University Law School, Saõ Paulo, Brazil, July 1-4, 2013. Panelist and Panel Organizer, “Private Ordering and Instrumental States: Reassessing the Role of States and Regulation in Global Crises,” Corporation in Global Society panel II, Institute for Global Law and Policy at 5 conference, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, June 3-4, 2013. Commentator, Dr. Serena Parekh, “Between Bare Life and Agency: On the Ontological Deprivation of Statelessness,” Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy Regional Faculty Colloquium, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA, April 4, 2013. Keynote Lecturer and Faculty Participant, “Corporate Power, Instrumental States and Imperialism: Some Critical Reflections,” Technologies of Imperialism: Law in Contemporary and Historical Perspective conference, School of Oriental and African Studies School of Law, University of London, London, UK March 16, 2013. Panelist, “Comparative Sex Regimes and Corporate Boards Symposium,” Pace Law School, White Plains, NY, February 8, 2013
Core Faculty and Stream Leader, “The Corporation and Global Society,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop, HBK University, Doha, Qatar, January 4January 14, 2013. Core Faculty and Stream Leader, “The Corporation and Global Society,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Summer Workshop, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, June 3- June 12, 2012. Keynote Lecturer and Faculty Participant, “Law and Boundaries” conference, Sciences Po Law School, Paris, France, March 28-29, 2012. Workshop Participant, “Berle III: Theories of the Firm,” Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Center on Corporations, Law and Society, Seattle University School of Law, January 12-14, 2012. Workshop Participant, “The Next Left: Globalized Social Democracy in the North and the South” workshop, Providence, RI, October 8-9, 2011. Panelist, The Open Society Policy Center, the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, Global Financial Integrity, Global Witness, EG Justice, and Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington panel “Should the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act be Amended? Perspectives on U.S. Competitiveness and the Global Fight Against Bribery,” U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., September 16, 2011. Core Faculty and Stream Leader, “The Corporation and Global Society,” Institute for Global Law and Policy Summer Workshop, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, May 31-June 11, 2011. Workshop Participant, UN-NU International Workshop on Development of AntiCorruption Program, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, May 22-24, 2011. Faculty Commentator, Renewing Latin American Studies Workshop, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School, November 12-13, 2010. Guest Lecturer, “Local Rules and a Global Economy,” Globalization, Law & Justice Workshop Series, University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, September 16, 2010. Presenter, “Power, Politics and Welfare in a Global Economy Governed by Local Rules,” The Fragmentation of International Law and Institutions panel, Section 32-International Institutions, Global Politics and Law, Standing Group on International Relations (SGIR) 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, September 9-11, 2010.
Workshop Faculty/Lecturer, “Introduction to Law and Economics,” Vienna University of Economics and Business/Institute for Global Law & Policy Workshop, Seggau, Austria, August 16-21, 2010. Presenter, “Local Rules and a Global Economy: An Economic Policy Perspective,” Evolutionary Regulation: Rethinking the Role of Regulation in Economy and Society mini-conference, Society for the Advancement of SocioEconomics (SASE) annual meeting, Temple University, June 24-26, 2010. Faculty Participant and Session Leader, “International Economic Law,” Institute on Global Law & Policy Summer Workshop, Harvard Law School, June 2-11, 2010. Guest Lecturer, “Introduction to Law and Economics,” Introduction to Law, Policy and Society course, LPS Program, Northeastern University, September 29, 2009. Session Leader, “International Economic Law,” Brown International Academic Research Institutes (BIARI), Institute in Law, Social Thought and Global Governance, Brown University, June 20, 2009. Co-organizer and Participant, “Workshop: Strategizing a Global Governance Research Initiative,” Program on Global Governance, Brown University, June 67, 2009. Guest Lecturer, “Doing Business in Europe and the United States: Comparative Perspective,” Program on Innovation, Management and Entrepreneurship, Brown University, February 3, 2009. Guest Lecturer, “Private Ordering and Transnational Regulation,” Garrigues LLM Program, Barcelona and Alicante, Spain, September 29-30, 2008. Guest Lecturer, “Foreign Investment, Violent Conflict and the Regulatory Construction of the Development State,” Brown Legal Studies Seminar, Brown University, September 12, 2008. Panelist, “Law and the ‘New Development State’,” New Perspectives on Law and Development conference, Los Andes University, Bogota, Colombia, August 2122, 2008. Member, Law and Development Research Group (which held a number of high level meetings with key players in the public and private sectors in Colombia and undertook some field work focused on the Colombian coffee and flower industries), Colombia, August 19-20, 2008.
Lecturer and Session Leader, “Global Business Regulation,”Summer Institute on Global Governance, Watson Institute, Brown University, June 9-12, 2008. Participant, Workshop on Development and the Politics of the Global Economy, Harvard Law School, 2007 and 2008. Panelist, The Place of the State in the World panel, International Law After the Age of the Three Worlds conference, Washington College of Law, American University, September 15, 2006. Lecturer, “Introduction to Development Economics for Labor Lawyers,” INTELL 8 Does Globalization Make Labor Law Obsolete? Work-Law and Economic Transformation conference, Cuernavaca, Mexico, June 28-30, 2006. Panelist, “Development and the State of the Exception” panel, Law and Development Today conference, American University Cairo, May 27-28, 2006. Panel Chair, “The Privatization of International Law” panel, and Panelist, “Reason, Resistance and Possibilities in International Economic Law” panel, Third Workshop at Birkbeck Law School on Critical Approaches to International Law: The Force of International Law, Birkbeck Law School, London, May 15-17, 2006. Co-organizer and Participant, SEIU/UNITE HERE Strategic Planning Meeting on European Capital Markets, London, May 15, 2006. Commentator, “The Private” panel, Rethinking the Private in Private International Law conference, Cornell Law School, April 7-8, 2006. Lecturer, “New Governance Techniques for War and Poverty,” Friday Speakers Series, Sustainable International Development Program, The Heller School of Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University, March 31, 2006. Panelist, Commercial Law panel, Diffusion of Law in the 21 st Century: Interaction and Influence conference, a symposium of the Harvard International Law Journal, Harvard Law School, March 4, 2006. Co-organizer and Participant, Columbia Law School/Service Employees International Union workshop on New Strategies for Transnational Organizing, Columbia Law School, February 11-12, 2006. Lecturer, Panelist and Participant, Workshop on Convergence and Divergence in Comparative Law Analysis, Library of Congress of Chile, Valparaíso and Santiago, Chile, January 22-27, 2006.
Panelist, “Regulating Foreign Direct Investment and Conflict in Developing Countries or Regulating Developing Countries through Foreign Direct Investment and Conflict,” War and Trade conference, Brooklyn Law School, September 2223, 2005. Participant, New Approaches to the Family, Market and the State workshop, The Program on Law and Social Thought, Harvard Law School, August 19, 2005. Panelist and Roundtable Co-Organizer, “Human Rights Law and the Challenges of Contemporary Development,” Realizing Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Communities, Courts and the Academy conference of the Program and Human Rights and the Global Economy, Northeastern University School of Law, June 17, 2005. Participant, Putin’s Russia in International Affairs workshop, European Law Research Center, Harvard Law School, March 7, 2005. Panelist and Plenary Speaker, “Comparative Visions of Transnational Regulation and Governance,” Comparative Visions of Global Public Order conference, a symposium of the Harvard International Law Journal, Harvard Law School, March 5-6, 2005. Panelist, “Regulating Firms and Regulating Workers: Production and Labor Markets as Sites for New Governance,” WCFIA U.S.—Canada Conference New Governance in a Globalized World: A Critical Evaluation of Soft Law and NonState Norms and Regulation, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, February 25-26, 2005. Panelist and Panel Organizer, “Roundtable II: Outsourcing,” Working Borders: Linking Debates about Insourcing and Outsourcing of Capital and Labor conference, Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, The University of Texas School of Law, February 10-11, 2005. Expert and Organizer, “Meeting of Experts on Globalization, International Institutions and Human Security,” Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bangkok, Thailand, January 7-9, 2005. Panelist, “The Poetics of Shame,” The Law of Dignity/ The Politics of Shame: An Inquiry into the State of Art, Sex, Sexuality, Gender and the Family conference, sponsored by The Program on Law and Social Thought, Harvard Law School and Women’s Studies at Duke University in collaboration with Northeastern University School of Law, Harvard Law School, November 19-20, 2004. Panelist, “Corporate Governance as Global Governance,” Wisconsin-Harvard Workshop on International Economic Law and Transnational Regulation, University of Wisconsin Law School, November 13-14, 2004.
Guest Lecturer, “Rethinking Private Ordering: Opportunities for Progressive Policymaking,” Byse Workshop: Transnational Identity, Governance and International Law, Harvard Law School, November 10, 2004. Guest Lecturer and Parsons Visitor, “Corporate Actors in Global Governance: A Progressive Assessment of Private Ordering,” Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, June 15-18, 2004. Panelist, “Explicating Global Governance: The Role of Private Economic Actors,” International Law and Its Others conference, Melbourne Legal Theory Workshop, University of Melbourne, Faculty of Law, June 8 – 10, 2004. Panelist, “Ordering Law: Customization and Private Legal Orders,” New World Legal Orders conference, University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, April 23-24, 2004. Panelist and Organizer, “New Strategies of Governance: An Interdisciplinary Approach” panel, Rethinking Ideology and Strategy: Globalization and Markets conference, Northeastern University School of Law, November 6-7, 2003. Participant, “Globalization and Development,” IMEMO Institute Workshop on Globalization and Development, Moscow, Russia, October 30, 2003. Panelist, “Conceptualizing Global Governance,” Reflecting Critically on Global Governance conference, Harvard Law School, October 3-4, 2003. Co-Lecturer, “Catfish: A Case Study in Problems for International Trade, Labor and Development” at Law and Economic Development: Critiques and Beyond conference, Harvard Law School, April 12-13, 2003. Panelist, “Gender, Sexuality and Power—Is Feminist Theory Enough?,” Symposium: Why a Feminist Law Journal?, Columbia Law School, April 4, 2003. Lecturer, “Fundamentals of U.S. Securities Law,” Harvard University/Real Complutense University of Spain Seminar on Business Law, Harvard University, March 17-18, 2003. Panelist, “Gendered Internationalisms,” Subversive Legacies: Learning from History/Constructing the Future conference, The University of Texas School of Law, November 22-23, 2002. Lecturer, “Regulating the New Economy: Notes from the Cyber-Trenches,” New Scholarship in International Public and Private Law conference, Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands, July 22-23, 2000.
Panelist, “Law and Violence,” Symposium: Law and Violence, University of Utah College of Law, March 13, 1994. Panelist, “Outness Interrogated or the Closet Reconsidered,” 40 Years After: The Rosenberg Case and the McCarthy Era conference, Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, Harvard University, May 8-9, 1993. Panelist, “Reproductive Policy,” Critical Networks Conference, Harvard Law School/Northeastern University School of Law, April 10-12, 1992. Panelist and Panel Organizer, “Outness/Outing/Outonomy,” Critical Networks Conference, Harvard Law School/Northeastern University School of Law, April 10-12, 1992. Lecturer, “Regulating Markets: The Case of European Competition Law,” Alternative Models for Structuring and Regulating Markets conference, Moscow Bar Association, Moscow, U.S.S.R., June 7, 1990.
Professional Affiliations Admitted to the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and admitted to appear in the United States Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit.