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A GALLERY OF INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS (cont'd)

CHARLES W. MOONEY JR.
Professor of Law

Charles MooneyMooney was elected as a corresponding collaborator to the International Institute for the Unification on Private Law (UNIDROIT), in Rome. He has represented the U.S. State Department at two diplomatic conferences: the UNIDROIT Convention on International Leasing and the recently concluded Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Related Aircraft Protocol. He also was a visiting scholar at the Japanese central bank, the Bank of Japan, in Tokyo, where he researched and wrote about the Japanese government securities markets. In addition, he has presented scholarly papers and made other presentations at academic conferences around the world, including: the Workshop on Commercial and Consumer Law, in Toronto; the Annual Meeting of the German Society of Comparative Law, Jena, Germany; the Conference on European Investment Markets, Genoa, Italy; the Oxford Law Colloquium on Cross-Border Security and Insolvency, Oxford, England; and the Conference on International Developments in Secured Transactions Law, in New York City. In addition, he has published seven articles on cross-border financing transactions and comparative commercial law.


STEPHEN J. MORSE
Ferdinand Wakeman Hubbell Professor of Law

Stephen MorseMorse teaches Criminal Responsibility in forensic psychiatry training programs in the Psychiatry Department at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, which offers the only program of its kind in Spain.









NATHANIEL PERSILY
Assistant Professor of Law

Nathaniel PersilyPersily has been named an electoral expert for the United Nations. In that role he will serve as an election observer in foreign countries. He has also presented a paper on “Parties, Money, and Corruption” at an international conference on political parties and campaign finance at the University of London, and lectured on American election law to visiting election officials from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong who were on a trip sponsored by the Carter Center.

 
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