Leila Sadat has been very busy since arriving at Washington University School of Law in 1992.
Richards is a noted expert on data ethics and intellectual freedom and has published widely on issues related to privacy in the digital age.
The Initiative was launched in 2008 and has worked with more than 250 international scholars, practitioners, and jurists.
The French Republic offers Washington University scholars a melding of the old and the new.
Barre said that the possibility of going back to Somalia to work as a part of his legal education was a major draw when looking for law schools.
“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to work with this group of lawmakers at such a pivotal time in Burma’s history,” Law said.
Legal practitioners, scholars and students gathered at WUSTL to discuss cutting-edge issues in public and private international law.
Scholar Ryotaro Kato completed a three-year residency in internal medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in 2004 and will receive a doctor of law degree at the May 18, 2007 commencement ceremony. Read the full story in the WashU Newsroom.
Ryotaro Kato holds a medical degree from the University of Tokyo, which is one of 16 leading Asian universities partnered with Washington University in St. Louis in the McDonnell International Scholars Academy, along with two leading research institutions in Israel and two in Turkey. Read the full story in the WashU Newsroom.