Prof. Richard Steinberg, UCLA School of Law: "Power, International Trade Law, and State Transformation"

Prof. Richard Steinberg, UCLA School of Law: "Power, International Trade Law, and State Transformation"

Join us for a talk by Richard Steinberg, Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law.

Monday, April 05, 2010
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Bunche Hall, Room 4357
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Prof. Richard Steinberg, UCLA School of Law

About the Speaker

Richard Steinberg writes and teaches in the areas of international law and international relations. He currently teaches International Trade Law, International Business Transactions, and The Human Rights Law and Technology Clinic. He is also Director of the Sanela Diana Jenkins International Human Rights Law Project.

In addition to his UCLA appointment, Professor Steinberg is currently Visiting Professor and Senior Scholar at the Stanford University Division of International, Comparative, and Area Studies.

Professor Steinberg is on the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law and is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has taught law courses at Stanford Law School, the University of California Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law, Sciences Po (Institut d’Etudes Politiques) in France, the University of Coimbra in Portugal, La Trobe University in Australia, and elsewhere.

Professor Steinberg has written over forty articles on international law. His most recent books are International Institutions (co-edited, 2009, SAGE), International Law and International Relations (co-edited, 2007, Cambridge University Press), and The Evolution of the Trade Regime: Economics, Law, and Politics of the GATT/WTO (co-authored, 2006, Princeton University Press).

Prior to arriving at UCLA, Professor Steinberg worked as Assistant General Counsel to the United States Trade Representative in Washington, D.C., and later as an associate with Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco. He also served as Project Director at the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE) at UC Berkeley.

Sponsor(s): Burkle Center for International Relations, Political Science