Law professor Juscelino Colares serves as panelist, presenter at recent conferences

School of Law professor Juscelino Colares recently served as a panelist and presenter in Pittsburgh and Suffolk, Va.

In Pittsburgh, he was a panelist in the session “Law and Frenchness” at The Idea of France Interdisciplinary Conference, and he also presented “The Reality of EU-Conformity Adjudication in France” at the same conference.

Then, he served as a panelist on “Post-Crisis International Financial Regulation: Fragmentation, Harmonization and Coordination” at The American Society of International Law/International Economic Law Group annual meeting at Suffolk University Law School. Additionally, he presented “Trade Imbalances and Liquidity-Induced Bubbles: Replacing the View of Trade and Finance Flows as a Morality Play with Concrete International Monetary Reform Proposals.”