International Conference on Promoting the Rule of Law in MexicoInternational Conference on Promoting the Rule of Law in Mexico
Politics and Economics (CGU)
Defense and Security Studies | Political Science
An important bi-lateral U.S.-Mexico conference on “Promoting The Rule Of Law In Mexico” was held at the University of San Diego on Friday 10 June 2016.1 One hundred and twenty individuals from state and federal U.S. and Mexican governmental agencies, academia, legal firms, and private industry attended the all day conference. The event was coordinated by the Justice in Mexico Program and the University of San Diego School of Law with major support provided by the U.S. State Department OASIS (Oral Adversarial Skill-Building Immersion Seminar)2 along with the U.S. State Department MERIDA Initiative, the MacArthur Foundation, Sempra International, COPARMEX, the San Diego County Bar Association, and the San Diego Diplomacy Council. All the sessions were conducted in either English or Spanish—depending on the speaker’s prerogative—with translation services provided in the alternative language for conference attendees by means of wireless headphones.
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Bunker, K. A., & Bunker, R. J. (2016, June 28). International Conference on Promoting the Rule of Law in Mexico. Retrieved January 31, 2017, from Small Wars Journal, http://smallwarsjournal.com/jrnl/art/international-conference-on-promoting-the-rule-of-law-in-mexico