Update on the Future of NAFTA
March 7, 2012,
University Center, Phoenix, Arizona
Erik Lee, Associate Director at NACTS will take part on a panel of NAFTA experts to discuss “Why Canada and Mexico Matter to the United States: Geography, Security and Employment”. The forum “Update on The Future of NAFTA” will be hosted by ASU’s Center for Law and Global Affairs with the support of the American Bar Association (ABA) Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section and the International Trade and Customs Committee.
Daniel Rothenberg, Executive Director for the Law and Global Affairs Center at ASU will be moderating the discussion between the following panelists:
• Brad Niblock, Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner, Consulate of Canada, Phoenix, AZ; "Canada and NAFTA"
• Dale Beck Furnish, Professor Emeritus, Arizona State University; “Dispute Settlement Under NAFTA”
• José Mario Juárez López de Nava, Commercial Counsellor, ProMexico; "Mexico Views on NAFTA's Success"
• Leslie Alan Glick, Partner, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, Washington, D.C. Chair, International Trade and Customs Law Committee, American Bar Association Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice; Vice Chair, Mexico Law Committee, International Law Section; "NAFTA:Recent Developments and Future Trends”
• Erik Lee, Associate Director, North American Center for Transborder Studies, Arizona State University, “Why Canada and Mexico Matter to the United States: Geography, Security and Employment”
If you would like to take part on the discussion please fill out the form on this page
and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
by March 2, 2012.
University Center, 411 N. Central Avenue, Room 256, Phoenix, Arizona, Room 256
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