Date Submitted: Fri, 14 Jun 2019 14:42:09 GMT

LAW 959 v00 : International Trade, Development & the Common Good

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kak84 Kuhlmann, Katrin
LAW 959 v00: International Trade, Development & the Common Good
International Trade, Development & the Common Good
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Katrin Kuhlmann is the President and Founder of the New Markets Lab, a non-profit center focused on the intersection between law and regulation, economic development, entrepreneurship, and social impact.  She is also a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, and she serves as a Senior Associate with the Global Food Security Project of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Her work focuses on trade and development, economic rule of law, regional trade agreements, and market regulation, and she is published widely and frequently speaks on these topics.    

Ms. Kuhlmann is also a member of the Trade Advisory Committee on Africa of the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), the Bretton Woods Committee, the Trade Policy Forum, and the Trade, Finance, and Development Experts Group of the E15 Initiative led by the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development and World Economic Forum.  She serves on the Advisory Boards of the Law and International Development Society (LIDS) at Harvard and Georgetown Law Schools and the boards of the Washington International Trade Association, Malaika Foundation, and Listening for America. 

Ms. Kuhlmann was previously a Wasserstein Public Interest Fellow at Harvard Law School, a Senior Advisor at the Corporate Council on Africa, and a Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute.  She has held leadership positions in several non-profit organizations and think tanks, worked for six years as a trade negotiator at USTR, and practiced international law at Skadden Arps and Dewey Ballantine. She holds degrees from Harvard Law School and Creighton University and was the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship to study international economics. 

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