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LLM papers chosen for Cornell conference

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Four Law Center LL.M. students have been selected to present their papers at the 7th Cornell Law School Inter-University Graduate Student Conference in New York. Twenty-five papers on a variety of subjects were selected from more than 50 submitted from schools across the nation. Papers will be presented and students will serve on panels during the conference April 1 and 2 at Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y.  Students and their topics are:

  • Regina A. Bailey, of Houston, Health Law: The Legal, Financial and Ethical Implications of Online Medical Consultations.
  • Julian Cardenas Garcia, of Venezuela, Foreign Scholars:  Rebalancing Oil Contracts in Venezuela.
  • Surendran Koran,of India, Foreign Scholars: The International Criminal Court and Crimes of Aggression: Beyond the Kampala Convention.
  • Vignaswari “Vicky” Saminathan, of Malaysia, International Law:  An Analysis of the U.S. Employment Immigration System in Attracting and Retaining Skilled Workers and the Effects of Its Dichotomous Objectives – Competitiveness versus Protectionisms: A Case of Reform?
Four LLM students were selected to present their work at Cornell’s annual graduate student conference. The scholars are, left to right, Julian Cardenas Garcia, Surendran Koran, Regina Bailey, and Vignaswari “Vicky” Saminathan.

Four LLM students were selected to present their work at Cornell’s annual graduate student conference. The scholars are, left to right, Julian Cardenas Garcia, Surendran Koran, Regina Bailey, and Vignaswari “Vicky” Saminathan.

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