Skelton Lecture Series – Thursday, March 21, 2019, 6:00 p.m.

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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 will be held conveniently in downtown Houston at the Magnolia Hotel – 1100 Texas Ave., Houston, Texas 77002. // Map – Directions

The Skelton Lecture Series provides one (1) hour of minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) credit for Texas attorneys who attend. MCLE #901369738.

Click here to register to attend the Skelton Lecture Series.


For questions about obtaining MCLE credit for attending the Skelton Lecture Series, please contact Melissa Navin (Managing Editor).

Email: me@hjil.org


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.

 


 


OTHER RESOURCES

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.