LAW 089 v00 : Constitutional Aspects of Foreign Affairs Seminar

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Fall 2020
JD Adjunct
UserID Name Email
wallace Wallace, Don
lazarusk Lazarus, Kenneth
mcgrathc McGrath, C. Dean
LAW 089 v00: Constitutional Aspects of Foreign Affairs Seminar
Constitutional Aspects of Foreign Affairs Seminar
M 5:45-7:45p
15 (LAWJ: 11/LAWG: 4)
Writing Requirement


Constitutional Law I (or Democracy and Coercion).


Students may not receive credit for both this seminar and the upperclass course, U.S. Foreign Relations and National Security Law or the J.D. or graduate course, Foreign Relations Law.

FIRST CLASS ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY. All enrolled and waitlisted students must be in attendance at the start of the first class session in order to be eligible for a seat in the class. The faculty reserve the right to drop students from the class if they do not attend the first class. STUDENTS MAY NOT WITHDRAW FROM THIS CLASS AFTER THE ADD-DROP PERIOD ENDS WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE PROFESSOR.

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Personal Information


Professor Wallace specializes in the fields of international law and foreign affairs. In the spring of 1995 he began teaching, with adjunct professor Lee Liberman Otis, a new seminar: Conservatism in Law and Politics in America; currently he teaches Constitutional Aspects of Foreign Affairs with Ken Lazarus, former Deputy Counsel to President Ford and Dean McGrath, former deputy chief of staff to Vice President Cheney; and Investor-State Dispute Settlement with Mark Bravin, a partner of Winston & Strawn and Borzu Sabahi, an associate of Curtis Mallet and co-director of the International Investment Law Center of the International Law Institute. His latest writings include Regulating Public Procurement: National/International Perspectives (with Sue Arrowsmith and John Linarelli), International Business and Economics: Law and Policy (with Professors Paul Stephan and Julie Roin), Transnational Corporations and Legal Issues (vol. 19 in the United Nations Library on Transnational Corporations) (with Seymour J. Rubin), A Lawyers Guide to International Business Transactions, Dear Mr. President: The Needed Turnaround in America's International Economic Affairs. and Investor-State Arbitration (with Christopher Dugan, Noah D. Rubins and Borzu Sabahi).

Professor Wallace was the Regional Legal Advisor for the Middle East and Deputy Assistant General Counsel to AID in the Department of State from 1962-66, a founding board member of the International Development Law Organization in Rome, and has been the head of the International Law Institute since 1970. He chaired the Advisory Committee on World Trade and Technology to the Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress from 1976-79, and is currently a member of the Secretary of State's Advisory Committee on Private International Law, a U.S. Delegate to UNCITRAL, and a correspondent of UNIDROIT and the vice president of the UNIDROIT Foundation in Rome. He has also been chair of the Section of International Law and Practice of the American Bar Association and a member of the ABA House of Delegates. Recent and current activities also include assisting Rwanda with the preparation of its constitution and commercial law, teaching in China, directing a research and exchange project with Russia, serving on boards involving academic activities in Egypt, in Indonesia, in Serbia and in Bulgaria, the advisory board of the ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ROLI), and serving as national chair of Law Professors for Bush and Quayle in 1988 and 1992, co-chair of Law Professors for Dole and Kemp in 1996, and during the 2000 campaign member; board of governers, Republican National Lawyers Association. He has been on the roster of World Trade Organization (WTO) panelists.

Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr. (Sabahi, Birch, Laird, Rivas eds., Juris Publishing 2014)

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