International Law Distinguished Visitor Simona Grossi
A leading voice in Civil Procedure, Simona Grossi, Theodore A. Bruinsma Fellow Professor of Law at the Loyola Law School of Loyola Marymount University, is the 2022-23 International Law Distinguished Visitor with her lecture, “Substantive Due Process After Dobbs v. Jackson: A Principled Approach to Protect our Constitutional Rights Against the Current Challenges.”
Professor Grossi’s Lecture will discuss her cutting-edge paper, THE U.S. CONSTITUTION IS NOT A CODE: UNRAVELING THE IDEA AND THE MEANING OF SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS, that was recently selected by the National Civil Justice Institute for presentation at a Southern Methodist University Symposium. Professor Grossi has granted us special permission to share an early release of the paper prior to its publication. The paper is attached as “Related Content” to this event listing.
International Career Dialogue with two Ambassadors
Lunch with Tulinabo Mushingi, US Ambassador to Angola and São Tomé y Principe and former ambassador to Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, & Burkina Faso, together with Ambassador Niels Marquardt (retired), Lewis & Clark College Diplomat in Residence. Ambassadors Mushingi and Marquardt will talk about international career options, including at the State Department and foreign service, as well as other ways to work abroad. They are also happy to share some of the challenges they have faced and the fun they have had as America’s top diplomat in nine different African nations.