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Law, Justice and Development Week 2011

NOVEMBER 14  | NOVEMBER 15 | NOVEMBER 16 | NOVEMBER 17 

Program Agenda (pdf) | Speaker Biographies (pdf) | Concept Note (pdf) 

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Time

Preston Auditorium

Main Complex 13-121

Main Complex 2-800

10:00

Preston Auditorium
Opening Remarks by Anne-Marie Leroy, Senior Vice President and World Bank Group General Counsel
 
Welcoming Remarks by Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Managing Director, World Bank
Keynote Speaker: Judge Sang-Hyun Song, President, International Criminal Court
General Counsel (all WBG Institutions)
 Keynote Address

 Video Part I Video
 Video Part II Video

 Photo Gallery 

10:45

Rule of Law, Governance and Development–Perspectives from MENA

Chair: Manuela Ferro, World Bank
Moderator: Guenter Heidenhof, World Bank
Discussants:
1. Nathan Brown, George Washington University
2. Paul Prettitore, World Bank
3. Chantal Thomas, Cornell Law School
4. Melissa Thomas, Johns Hopkins University

Interviews:
1. Salahideen Al-Bashir, former Minister of Justice of Jordan, and, until recently, member of the Jordanian Senate
2. Reem Abu-Hassan, private lawyer, Jordan
3. Abdelfattah Amor, Head of the Commission for the Investigation of Corruption and Embezzlement, Tunisia

Video Part I Video
Video Part II Video
Video Part III Video


 


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Carbon Credits—Exploring Issues of Title, Title Transfer and Taking Security over this "Regulatory Commodity" in Common Law and Civil Law Jurisdictions

Moderator: Kruskaia Sierra-Escalante, IFC
Panelists:
1. Akshay Jaitly, Trilegal
2. Matt Townsend, Allen & Overy
3. Richard Tredgett, Allen & Overy
4. Vladimir Abreu, Tozzini Freire
CLE Accreditation

Video Video


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Global Perspectives on the Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Innovation and Development

Moderator: Shyamkrishna Balganesh, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Panelists:
1. Edward Kwakwa, WIPO
2. David Snively, Monsanto Co.
3. Roy Waldron, Pfizer Inc.
Presentation  
 

4. Rita Khanna, Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation

5. Katsuya Tamai, University of Tokyo
Presentation 

Video Video


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12:15

Lunch (Main Complex Atrium) 

Keynote Speaker: James D. Wolfensohn, former President of the World Bank (1995-2005) Chairman & CEO, Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P.

Video Part I  Video
Video Part II Video 

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2:00

World Development Report 2011–Promoting Legitimate and Effective Justice and Security Institutions in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States

Chair: Nightingale Rukuba-Ngaiza, World Bank

Panelists:
1. Adedeji Ebo, UNDPKO

2. Erica Harper, IDLO

3. Deborah Isser, World Bank
4. J Alexander Thier, USAID

Video Part I Video
Video Part II Video
Video Part III Video

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Rebuilding after Catastrophe–Must Knows of Emergency Financing

 

Introductory Remarks by Marie-Lucie Morin, Executive Director, Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean

Moderator: Denizart Vallada Neto, IFC 

Panelists:

1.  Abhas K. Jha, World Bank

2.  Selma M. Barroso, IFC

3.  Pierre Nadji, UN 

CLE Accreditation

 

Video Video

 


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Legal Framework for International Financial Regulation–Challenges and Opportunities

Moderator: Vijay Srinivas Tata, World Bank
Panelists:
1. Sean Hagan, General Counsel, IMF
2. Marino Ottavio Perassi, General Counsel, Bank of Italy
Presentation 
Video Part I  Video
Video Part II Video
Video Part III Video
Video Part IV Video
Video Part V Video


Photo Gallery 

3:30

Break

3:45 - 5:15

3:45 - 5:45
Global Risk in Today's Changing Landscape  

Chair: Ana-Mita Betancourt, Director and General Counsel, MIGA
Keynote Speaker: Vladimír Dlouhy, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., and Charles University, Prague

Panelists:
1. Witold Henisz, University of Pennsylvania
2. Michael Kelley, EMP Global, LLC
3.
Cathy Marsh, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
4. Ravi Suri, Standard Chartered Bank, PLC

Video Part I Video
Video Part II  Video
Video Part III  Video
Video Part IV  Video

 


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Financing Women Entrepreneurs in Emerging Markets

 

Moderator: Rachel Robbins, Vice President and General Counsel, IFC
Panelists:
1. Patience Marime-Ball, IFC
2. Cathleen McLaughlin, Allen and Overy
3. Donna Daniels, General Counsel, the Americas- Standard Chartered Bank
CLE Accreditation
 

Video Video

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Persons with Disabilities–Innovation and Empowerment through the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Moderator: Alberto Ninio, World Bank
Panelists:
1. Judith E. Heumann, US Department of State
2. Peter D. Blanck, Syracuse University
3. Janet Lord, Harvard Law School Project on Disability
4. Aleksandra Posarac, World Bank
Presentation  
Video Part I Video

Video Part II Video

Video Part III Video
Video Part IV Video
Video Part V Video
Video Part VI Video
Video Part VII Video 

 

Photo Gallery 

6:00 - 8:00

George Washington University Sponsored Reception for Participants

Guest Speaker: Judge Sang-Hyun Song, President, International Criminal Court

Welcoming Remarks by Lobingier Professor Thomas Buergenthal

Welcoming Committee:

§  Dean Paul Schiff Berman

§  Sr. Associate Dean Edward Swaine

§  Professor Karen Brown

§  Professor Steve Charnovitz

§  Professor Laura Dickinson

§  Professor Sean Murphy

§  Professor Dinah Shelton

§  Professor John A. Spanogle

§  Professor Ralph Steinhardt

§  Associate Dean for International and Comparative Law Susan L. Karamanian

 

Venue: Michael K. Young Faculty Conference Center, George Washington University Law School, 2000 H Street, NW, Washington DC 20052

 

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Time

Preston Auditorium

Main Complex 13-121

Main Complex 2-800

9:30

Innovation in Asset Recovery and International Legal Cooperation

Moderator: Janamitra Devan, World Bank
Panelists: 
1. Rita Adam, Ambassador, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Berne, Switzerland
Presentation 
2. Chip Poncy, US Department of Treasury
3. Karyn Kenny, US Department of Justice
Presentation 
4. Alceu Torres Marques, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Presentation 
5. Jean Pesme, World Bank


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Public Private Partnerships in Development–What Are the Broad Challenges to Implementation of PPPs in Developing Countries and Possible Ingredients for Success

Moderators:
1. Patricia Sulser, IFC
2. Mark Moseley, World Bank
Panelists: 
1. Vishal Agarwal, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Kenya 2. John Sachs, Latham & Watkins, Washington, DC
3. Esther Koimett, Ministry of Finance, Kenya
Discussant:

Violet Onyemenam, General Counsel, The OPEC Fund for International Development


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New Directions in Criminal Justice Work at the World Bank

Chair: Heike Gramckow, World Bank
Discussants:
1. Amy LeMar, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Office of Americas   Program

2. Elizabeth Howe, International Association of  Prosecutors

3. Pablo Alonso, IADB
4. Faye Ehrenstamm, Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development

5. Larissa Alanna Gray, World Bank
6. Frank Fariello, World Bank
7. David Varela, World Bank

 


Photo Gallery 

11:00

Break

11:15

Problem-Solving Approaches for Development Projects

Moderator: Meg Taylor, World Bank
Presentation 
Panelists:
1.Luciano Badini, Chief Prosecutor, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Presentation 
2.Isabel Lavadenz-Paccieri,
IADB
Presentation 
3.Camilo Azcarate,
World Bank
Presentation 
4.
Amar Inamdar, World Bank
Presentation 
5. Sanjay Agarwal,World Bank
Presentation 


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Fostering Learning and Innovation–Women's Access to Justice and the World Development Report 2012 on Gender Equality and Development

Chair: Christina Biebesheimer, World Bank
Discussants:

1. Jeni Klugman, World Bank
Presentation  
2. Laura Turquet, UN Women
 
Presentation  

3. Mary Hallward-Driemeier, World Bank
Presentation  
 

4. Rea Abada Chiongson, World Bank

Presentation 


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Recent Developments in ICSID Arbitration

Moderator: Meg Kinnear, Secretary-General, ICSID
Panelists from ICSID:
1. Gonzalo Flores
2. Eloïse Obadia
3. Martina Polasek
4.
Janet Whittaker
Presentation 


Photo Gallery 

12:45 

Lunch (Main Complex Atrium)
Opening Remarks by Mahmoud Mohieldin, Managing Director, World Bank
Presentation of the World Bank Group Legal Knowledge Products: Anne-Marie Leroy, Rachel Robbins, Ana-Mita Betancourt and Meg Kinnear Presentation 

  Video Part I  Video | Video Part II Video | Photo Gallery 

2:00

Development of New Legal Norms and Rules to Combat Corruption through Imposition of Sanctions

Moderators: 
1. Pascale Helene Dubois, World Bank
2. Frank Fariello, World Bank
Presentation 
Panelists: 

1. Nicola Bonucci, Director of Legal Affairs, OECD
2. Christopher R. Yukins, George Washington University Law School

3. Michael R. Silverman, World Bank


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What Will This Fight Cost? Mediation vs. Arbitration vs. Litigation

 

 

Moderator: Susan Franck, Washington & Lee School of Law
Presentation 
Panelists:
1. Mark A. Clodfelter, Foley Hoag LLP
Presentation 
 

2. Barbara Daniele, General Counsel, GE Capital
3. Edna Sussman, Alternative Dispute Resolution, LLC
Discussant:

Patricia Sulser, IFC
 

CLE Accreditation


Photo Gallery 



Main Complex C2-131
Getting It Together–Structuring Partnership Programs for Collective Action

 

Panelists:
1. Ximena Talero, World Bank
2. Rocio Malpica, World Bank

3. Andrea Stumpf, World Bank

 Presentation  

 


Photo Gallery 

3:30

Break

3:45

General Counsel Roundtable: "Most Significant Contributions of Legal Innovation to the Mission of your Institutions" (Preston Auditorium)

Jean Michel Arrighi, OAS, Nicola Bonucci, OECD, Heikki Cantell, NIB, Himamauli Das, US Treasury, Don De Amicis, OPIC, Sarah E. Fandell, IIC, Kenneth N. Frankel, OAS, Kalidou Gadio, AfDB, Lisa Gomer, USAID, Sean Hagan, IMF, Meg Kinnear, ICSID, Edward Kwakwa, WIPO, Anne-Marie Leroy, World Bank, Rutsel Martha, IFAD, Emmanuel Maurice, EBRD, Violet Onyemenam, OFID, Marino O. Perassi, Banca d'Italia, Rachel Robbins, IFC.

 

Moderators: Sam Muller, Hague Institute of International Law, Ana-Mita Betancourt, Director and General Counsel, MIGA

 

 Photo Gallery 

6:00 - 7:30

ABA Section of International Law Sponsored Reception for Participants and WBG LEG Alumni (Main Complex Atrium)

§ Anne-Marie Leroy, Sr. Vice President and WBG General Counsel, to introduce Ahmed Jehani

§ James Silkenat, Partner,Sullivan & Worcester

 Photo Gallery 

 

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Time

Preston Auditorium

Main Complex 13-121

Main Complex C2-131

9:30

Law and Development in China–Opportunities and Challenges

Opening Remarks by Anne-Marie Leroy, Sr. Vice President and WBG General Counsel, and Yang Shaolin, Executive Director for China, World Bank
Keynote Speech:
§ Justice Yu Lingyu,
 Senior Justice, Supreme People’s Court of China
§ Introductory Remark by Session Chair, Alfred H. Nickesen, Acting Vice President, East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank


Panel 1: Law, Justice and Development in China’s Transformation
Chair: Hassane Cisse, World Bank

Panelists: 
1. Zhu Suli, former Dean of Peking University Law School
2.
 Stéphanie Balme, Sciences Po, Paris

Commentator: Natalie Lichtenstein, School of Advanced International Studies
Presentation  


Panel 2: Inclusive Development and Legal Empowerment and Innovation
Chair: Thomas McInerney, IDLO
Panelists:
1. William P. Alford, Harvard Law School, Henry L. Stimson Professor of Law, Vice Dean for the Graduate Program and International Legal Studies, and Director of East Asian Legal Studies  
2. Wang Chenguang, former Dean of Tsinghua University School of Law
Presentation 

Commentator: Charles Di Leva, World Bank


Photo Gallery
  

Legal Harmonization as a Tool for Regional Integration–The OHADA Experience

Moderator: Kalidou Gadio, General Counsel, AfDB
Panelists:
1. Introductory Presentation: Dorothé Sossa, Professor of Law, Permanent Secretary, OHADA (Video Conference from Abidjan)
Presentation 
2. Renaud Beauchard, Peter C. Hansen, LLC
Presentation  
 
3. José Angelo Estrella Faria, Secretary-General, UNIDROIT

4. Marc Frilet, Frilet Société d’Avocat, France (Video Conference from Paris)
Presentation 
5. Gilberto de Barros, World Bank
Presentation


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Innovative Approaches to Insolvency and Restructuring

Chair: Riz Mokal, World Bank

Panelists:
1. Frederique Dahan, EBRD
Presentation 
2. Mahesh Uttamchandani, World Bank
Presentation 
Video Video 


11:00

Break

11:15

Conflict between an International Financial Agreement and the Borrower’s Domestic Law–Which One Prevails?

Chair: Jaime Alvarez, Advisor to the Executive Director (EDS15), World Bank
Panelists:
1. Robert E. Dalton, US State Department and Georgetown University
2. Ceda Ogada, IMF
Presentation 
3. Maurizio Ragazzi,
World Bank
Presentation 
Video Video 


Photo Gallery

12:45

Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Caroline D. Anstey, Managing Director, World Bank (by invitation only)

 Photo Gallery 

2:00

IP and Related Legal Issues for IGOs in Open Access, Open Data, Social Media

Moderator: Cyril Muller, Vice President, External Affairs, World Bank

Panelists:

1. Edward Kwakwa, General Counsel, WIPO

2. Michael Signorelli, Venable LLP
Presentation  

3. Neil James Fantom, World Bank
Presentation  

4. Carlos Rossel, World Bank
Presentation  

5. Jim Rosenberg, World Bank
Presentation  

6. David Satola, World Bank
Presentation 


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Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development: Partners' Consultation

Chair and Welcoming Remarks: 

 Anne-Marie Leroy, Sr. Vice President and WBG General Counsel

 

Hassane Cisse, Deputy General Counsel, World Bank

§  Around the table introduction

§  Presentation of the GFLJD

§  Inputs from on-line consultation

§  Discussion

§  Next steps

 

Followed by signature ceremony with partners that have expressed intention to sign letters of endorsement

(Room MC6-317)

 


Photo Gallery

 


Photo Gallery 

Gaps and Convergence—Emerging Trends in Land Acquisition Law and Their Implications for Development Institutions

Chair: Jonathan Lindsay, World Bank
Panelists:
1. Tim Hanstad, Landesa
2. David Callies, University of Hawaii
3. Patrice Talla, Food and Agriculture Organization
Presentation 
4. John Bruce, Land and Development Solutions International

Video Part I Video

Video Part II Video 


 

 


Photo Gallery 


 

3:30

Break

Break

3:45 - 5:15

Achieving Sustainable Development: The Lawyer’s Key Role  

Moderator: James R. Silkenat, Sullivan & Worchester LLP

Panelists:

1. Michael Burke, ABA Section of International Law

2. Michele Forzley, International Life Sciences and Health Law Committee, ABA-SIL

3. Juan Botero, World Justice Project

4. Paulina Rudnicka, ABA Rule of Law Initiative 

5. Ellen Lawton, Former Executive Director, National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership


Photo 

The What, Where, and Why of Political Risk Insurance

Moderator: Shamali De Silva. MIGA

Panelists:
1. Muhamet Fall, MIGA

2. Frederick Jenney, Morrison & Foerster, LLP

3. Aradhana Kumar-Capoor, MIGA

4. Thomas Mahaffey, MIGA

 

Video Video

 


Photo Gallery

 

 Thursday, November 17, 2011

Time

Preston Auditorium

Main Complex
13-121

Main Complex
C2-131

Eugene Black Auditorium (H Building)

Main Complex
9-100

Main Complex
6-317

9:30

The Regulation of the Insolvency of Natural Persons

9:30-11:00 CFPB: Genesis, Development, Expectations

1. Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP

2. Adam Levitin, Georgetown University 

11:15-12:15 Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis, Modification, and Bankruptcy
1.
 Alan White, Tulane University

12:15-12:45 Introduction to WB project on Insolve­­­ncy of Natural Persons

1. Jose Garrido, World Bank
2. Jason Kilborn, John Marshall Law School in Chicago, American   Bankruptcy Institute

CLE Accreditation

 

Video Part I Video 
Video Part II 
 Video 
Video Part III  Video 
Video Part VI  Video 

 


Photo

9:45-4:15
Enhancing Legal Support in Bank Operations
“LEG 101” Course for Bank TTLs

Welcoming Remarks by
Anne-Marie Leroy,
Sr. Vice President and WBG General Counsel

Video for World Bank Group Staff Only 
Video


Photo 

 

Trends in Climate Change Negotiations and Challenging Issues in Carbon

Chair: Charles Di Leva, World Bank
Panelists:
1. Xueman Wang, World Bank
2. Benoit Bosquet, World Bank
3.
 Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, IDLO
4. Markus Pohlmann, World Bank
5. Flavia Rosembuj, World Bank

Video Part I Video 
Video Part II Video 


International White Collar Crime and Corruption—One of the Key Challenges for Development in the 21st Century

Chair: Heike Gramckow, World Bank
Panelists:
1. Frank E. Hagan, Mercyhurst College
2. Jay Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University, Wilder School of   Government & Public Affairs

Discussant: Ineke Haen Marshall, Northeastern University Boston

Video Part I Video 
Video Part II 
Video 
Video Part III Video 




 

 

11:00

Break

Break

 

 

11:15

Empowering Governments in Investment of Reserves

 

Panelists (World Bank):

1. Clifford Frazier
2. Tamara Greemanova

3. Bart Andre Servaes
4.
 Jennifer Johnson-Calari
5. Wendy Mendes


World Bank Group Staff Only

Alternative Responses to Crime and Crime Prevention

Chair: Heike Gramckow, World Bank
Panelists: 

1. Stephan Parmentier, Leuven Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law

2. Tom Winfree, New Mexico State University

Discussant: Jack R. Greene, Northeastern University


Video Part I  Video 
Video Part II 
 Video
Video Part III Video 
Video Part IV 
 Video

International Law, Rule of Law and Development

 

Chair: Thomas McInerney, IDLO

Panelists:

1. Hassane Cisse, World Bank

2. Siobhan McInerney-Lankford, World Bank

3. Charles Di Leva, World Bank

4. Daniel Magraw, Center for International Environmental Law

 


Photo 

 

12:45

 

Lunch Break

Lunch Break

BBL on WBG Risk Mitigation and Guarantee Products —An Introduction to the Different Products and When They Could Be Used  

World Bank Group Staff Only

 

2:00

Journeys in Leadership: Innovation and Empowerment of ACS Staff

Welcome: Hassane Cisse, World Bank
Moderator: Malini Rangarajan, World Bank 

1.Yollie Matibag, IFC

2. Mohammad Nadeem, World Bank

3. Yolanda Garay, HR 

4. Tarek Soueid, HR matters
5. Joan Pandit, APC Conference
6. Elena Gagieva, Career Wheel
7. Amanda Hale, Communications
World Bank Group Staff Only


Photo 

Coordination among WBG Engagements in PPPs

2.00-2.45 - Conflicts of Interest Cathy Richards, IFC and David Satola, World Bank

2.45-3.30 - Procurement - Alison Micheli, World Bank and Ian Nightingale, World Bank

3-30 - 3.45 – Coffee


3.45-4.30 - Integrity Issues -
 John Coogan, IFC, Susan Maslen, World Bank, (and one staff member from MIGA)

 

4.30 - 5.15 - World Bank Safeguards and IFC Performance Standards - Motoko Aizawa, IFC

 

Moderators:
Victoria Delmon, World Bank and Patricia Sulser, IFC

World Bank Group Staff Only

 

 

3:30

Break

Break

Break

Break

3:45 - 5:15

 

 

Role of the ACS in the Project Cycles across the World Bank Group

 

Welcome: Katherine Meighan, IFC

Moderator: Malini Rangarajan 

1. James Edezhath , IFC

2. Karen Borges, World Bank
3. Maria Cristina Padrao,
  ICSID

4. Anna Aviles-Alfaro,  ICSID 


Video for World Bank Group Staff Only 
Video 



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