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A GALLERY OF INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS (cont'd)

HARRY REICHER
Adjunct Professor

Harry ReicherReicher serves as Director of International Affairs and Representative to the United Nations of Agudath Israel World Organization. He has argued cases before a range of courts and tribunals, including the High Court of Australia. These have resulted in numerous precedent-setting judgments in the areas of international law (environmental law and human rights), taxation, and corporate law. As an academic, he has taught a range of international law and taxation courses at law schools in Australia and the United States. At Penn Law, Reicher has taught International Human Rights, Law and the Holocaust, International Law and the Middle East Conflict, Law of the Sea, and Public International Law. He also is faculty adviser to the student team which participates in the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.



CURTIS REITZ
Algernon Sydney Biddle Professor of Law

Curtis ReitzReitz teaches International Trade Law and Sales and International Sales. His research centers on international commercial law, particularly the law administered under the aegis of the World Trade Organization. For more than 25 years, Reitz has been a member of the Uniform State Laws Conference, where he represents the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. His work as a Commissioner, which complements his teaching interests, has included participation in the recent revision of the Uniform Commercial Code and helping to transform the mission of the Conference to include taking an active role in the development of international private law in fields of Conference interest.



PAUL ROBINSON
Professor of Law

Paul RobinsonRobinson has given scholarly lectures and assisted in criminal code reform throughout the world. Among his dozen books is an internationally-known Oxford monograph on criminal law theory. Robinson has also been a consultant to the Criminal Code of Belarus Drafting Committee and a United Nations consultant on a critique of the draft criminal code in the Ukraine. In addition, he was Sackler Professor at Tel Aviv University; Visiting Professor at the United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Fuchu, in Tokyo; Canterbury Fellow at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand; and a Harvard University Knox Traveling Fellow in Great Britain.

 
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