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Letter from Ronald Sokol, Friday, March 22, 1996

[Note: The following is a tri-fold announcement, consisting of a single sheet printed on both sides. Panels are numbered below, from left to right.]

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Continuing Legal Education Credit: Members
of the Virginia Bar attending the program will be
eligible to receive up to 7.5 credit hours from the
Virginia Mandatory CLE Board. (No ethics hours.)
Credits for this program have been pre-approved
by the Board and are allowed for hours of
presentation actually attended. Attendees from
other States who wish credit under other CLE
systems may forward to the Administrator of the
Sokol Colloquium the necessary forms and
information needed to apply for such credit.

THE GUSTAVE SOKOL PROGRAM on private
international law was established in 1976 under
a grant from the Gustave Sokol Fund. Biennial
two-day colloquia bring together distinguished
scholars, practitioners and government officials
from this country and abroad to discuss in detail
a current topic of private international law.

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SOKOL COLLOQUIUM
SCHOOL OF LAW
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
580 MASSIE ROAD
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 22903-1789

Nonprofit Organization
U.S. Postage
PAID
Permit No. 160
Charlottesville, VA

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THE FOURTEENTH
SOKOL COLLOQUIUM
ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

Topic:
“Regulating Forum Selection in
International Litigation”

Sponsored by

THE GUSTAVE SOKOL PROGRAM

A Regional Meeting of

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW

March 22-23, 1996

The University of Virginia
School of Law
Charlottesville, Virginia
(The Birdwood Pavilion)

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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1996

FIRST SESSION (2:30 – 5:00 p.m.)

INTRODUCTION
Professor Richard B. Lillich
Florida State University

PARTY CONTROL OVER FORUM SELECTION

Professor Frank Vischer
University of Basel

Professor William W. Park
Boston University

Judge Charles N. Brower
Washington , D.C.

Professor Harold G. Maier
Vanderbilt University

THE BIRDWOOD PAVILION

7:00 p.m. — Cocktails 8:00 p.m. — Dinner

(Parking will be available at the Birdwood Estate.)

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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1996

SECOND SESSION (9:30 – 12:00 noon)

PROVISIONAL AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES

Professor Dr. Peter Schlosser
University of Munich

Professor George A. Bermann
Columbia University

Dr. Campbell McLachlan
London

Bruno A. Ristau, Esq.
Washington, D.C.

LUNCHEON — The Ivy Inn (12:30 p.m.)

THIRD SESSION (2:30 – 5:00 p.m.)

JUDICIAL REGULATION OF IMPROPER
FORUM SELECTIONS

Professor Catherine Kessedjian
University of Burgundy in Dijon

Andrew N. Vollmer, Esq.
Washington , D.C.

Professor Russell J. Weintraub
University of Texas at Austin

David Epstein, Esq.
U.S. Department of Justice

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Directors: Professor Richard B. Lillich
Florida State University

Professor Jack L. Goldsmith
University of Virginia

Sokol Colloquium Committee:
Professor Richard B. Lillich, Chairman
Professor Mary Anne Case
Professor Jack L. Goldsmith
Professor John N. Moore
University of Virginia

The cost of attending the Colloquium will be
$300 ($100 for full-time students). This fee also
includes admission to the dinner on Friday evening
and the luncheon on Saturday, plus a copy of
the Sokol Colloquium papers when published
in book form.

Checks must [ital.] be received by March 1, 1996. They
should be made payable to ” Sokol Colloquium”
and mailed to:

Maria L. White
Administrator, Sokol Colloquium
School of Law
University of Virginia
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903-1789

Space is extremely limited and early registration by
mail is requested . Registrations will be accepted on
a first come — first served basis.

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