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          Jeanette Acosta *highly recommends* the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic. #wiifm #asylum #hope
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          Friday, February 08, 2013

          Ratner on Legal Ethics and Complex Transnational Litigation

          On February 8, 2013, Professor Morris Ratner participated in a panel conference at Stanford Law School entitled "Lessons from Chevron: Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation Symposium." The symposium focused on the ongoing litigation between Chevron and the people of Lago Argrio, Ecuador regarding alleged environmental harms, which have raised unprecedented transnational litigation issues. You can see the video here.

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