Featuring a presentation on
Addressing Human Trafficking in Mexico and the United States: A Comparative Law Perspective
by Professor Alfonso Lopez de la Osa Escribano, Ph.D., J.D., LLM
The Skelton Lecture Series provides one (1) hour of minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) credit for Texas attorneys who attend. MCLE #901369738.
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About the Skelton Lecture Series
Each year, the Houston Journal of International Law (HJIL), a student-run publication at the University of Houston Law Center, presents an educational lecture on a developing topic in international law.
Now known as the HJIL Skelton Lecture Series, the next event features Professor Alfonso Lopez de la Osa Escribano, who will offer a presentation Addressing Human Trafficking in Mexico and the United States: A Comparative Law Perspective.
See James W. Skelton, Jr., The Journal at 30: An Insider’s View, 30 Hous. J. Int’l L. 617 (2008), for a concise account of the Journal’s first 30 years, given by a longtime supporter and advisor to the Journal.
OTHER UPCOMING HJIL EVENTS
Houston Journal of International Law Spring Banquet // Thursday, April 6th, 2017, 7 p.m.