Colloquium Part II Innovations in Financial Law and Systems

COLLOQUIUM (PART II)
“INNOVATIONS IN FINANCIAL LAW AND SYSTEMS”
A TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR JOSEPH J. NORTON

FRIDAY, MAY 5, 2017
SMU DEDMAN SCHOOL OF LAW, DALLAS, TEXAS


SMU DEDMAN SCHOOL OF LAW, SMU Dedman School of Law International Graduate Program and the TSAI CENTER FOR LAW, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION at SMU Dedman School of Law, in conjunction with the CENTRE FOR COMMERCIAL LAW STUDIES, Queen Mary, University of London and the ASIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL LAW of the University of Hong Kong are proud to hold Part II of a conference honoring Professor Joseph J. Norton. The conference will address the evolution and changing environment for both transactional and regulatory aspects of financial law.  A Part I conference was held in London on May 5-6, 2016, at which fifty former graduate students and colleagues of Professor Norton attended.

This Colloquium (Part II) (invitation only) hopes to bring together 40 former students and colleagues of Professor Norton, drawn from 14 different countries/jurisdictions. Numerous of the attendees will present summaries of their most recent research. Topics will include Brexit and its implications for financial regulation, opportunities and challenges of technological innovation (‘FinTech’ and ‘RegTech’) for financial services, and the outlook for international financial regulation under the new U.S. administration.

Venue: Karcher Auditorium, SMU Dedman School of Law, 3315 Daniel Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75275.

Planning Committee: Professor Marc I. Steinberg (SMU), Professor Douglas Arner (HKU-AIIFL), Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal (CCLS) and Professor Ross Buckley (UNSW), with administrative assistance of Dr. Seema Sharma, Rebekah Bell, Lynn Dempsey and Sharon Magill-Tabbert.

Please refer to the links below for information regarding the:
  • Notes from Colloquium (Part I)
  • Conference schedule and hotel information
  • Professor Joseph J. Norton's Bio
  • Panelists' and participants' Bios
  • Papers posted for review
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