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TradeLab Student Showcase 2022

TradeLab Student Showcase 2022
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Virtual Event

We invite you to join us for this year's TradeLab Student Showcase that will take place on July 20th at 14:00-16:00 CET. This event will feature project presentations by students from TradeLab Clinics around the world.

A networking session on Gather.Town will be held shortly after the event with:

  • Prof. Jennifer Hillman, Co-Director, Center on Inclusive Trade and Development (CITD) & Professor, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Prof. Scott Andersen, Visiting Professor, Geneva Graduate Institute, Former Managing Partner - International Trade, Sidley Austin LLP
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TradeLab Student Showcase

In 2021-22, we had 11 members and 5 pilots run clinics, with over 140 participating students and 40 projects. Our Showcase will be held as a virtual webinar this year. One student team from each clinic is invited to present a summary of their project at the event. We are impressed with the broad array of projects tackling the latest issues in trade and investment this year and look forward to seeing the presentations!


About TradeLab

Founded in 2013, TradeLab is a Geneva-based association that makes up a network of international economic law clinics and practica, bringing together students, academics, and legal practitioners from all over the world. It encourages North-South as well as South-South partnerships in legal education. The main goals of TradeLab are, first, giving participating law students valuable “hands-on” experience and access to a wide network of experts and, second, empowering the beneficiaries—usually smaller stakeholders from developing countries—to improve their legal capacity, helping them reap the benefits of institutions and rules that govern the global economy. Currently, there are 13 active members and 6 pilot clinics spread across 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceana, and North and South America. Through “learning by doing”, TradeLab aims at democratizing expertise and building capacity among the next generation of practitioners and policy makers.

Please email coordinator@tradelab.org for further information.