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David Ritchie

PRESENTATIONS

Round table discussion, entitled “Comparative Study of the Theoretical Foundations of Judicial Deference,” May 30, 2019.

Panelist, “Constitutional Theory: Developments in Asia and the Americas,” May 30, 2019.

Panelist, “Human Rights in Asia and the Americas: Armed Conflicts and International Law,” May 31, 2019.

“Towards an Institutional Structure for BRICS?” BRICS II: Institutionalization & Macau, Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau, SAR (May 6, 2015) [Invited Lecture].

"Constitutionalism as a Mechanism to Promote Pluralism,"Global Ethics Fellows Retreat (Carnegie Council Centennial Event), Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, New York, New York (October 16, 2014).

"A Better Contribution of Universities to Global Ethics," Global Ethics Fellows Retreat (Carnegie Council Centennial Event), Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, New York, New York (October 15, 2014).

“The Discursive Ethics of Jack Sammons,” Mercer Law Review Symposium (October 3, 2014) [Symposium Organizer].

“The Rule of Law, Inc.” Southeast Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual Conference, International Workshop on the Rule of Law, Amelia Island, Florida (August 3, 2014).

"Look into Your Heart: Professional Responsibility and the Global Fight Against Corrupt Practices and Bribery" SEALS Annual Conference, International Workshop on Corruption, Amelia Island, Florida (August 2, 2014).

“Constitutions, Economics, and the Creation of Social Realities in Brazil and China,” Symposium on Sino-Brazilian Relations, Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau, SAR (May 13, 2014) [Symposium Organizer].

“Ethics and Immigration Reform in the U.S.,” Ninth Annual Philosophy in Society Lecture, Clayton State University, Morrow, Ga (November 18, 2013) [Invited Lecture].

“The Rhetoric and Geography of Pluralism and Difference,” Global Ethics Fellows Retreat, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, New York, New York (November 8, 2013).

“Trends in International Trade in the Southeastern United States,” Symposium on Current Trends in International Trade and Their Impact on Multinational Business, Mercer Law Review Symposium, Macon, Ga (October 11, 2013) [Moderator].

“Moral and Rhetorical Aspects of the Immigration Policy Debate in the U.S.” Colloquium on Immigration Policy, EMARF, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (May 2, 2013)[Invited Lecture].

“Inside – Outside” Colloquium on Law & Cinema, Federal Judicial Cultural Center, Rio de Curriculum VitaeDavid RitchiePage -8-Janeiro, Brazil (December 11, 2012).

“A Meditation on State Violence,” Symposium on Urban Pacification Policies, Federal Judicial Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (December 5, 2012).

“Responsibility in Developing a Global Ethic,” Global Ethics Fellows Retreat, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, New York, New York(November 9, 2012).

“The Kill Lists,” Philosophy Department Lecture Series, Mercer University College of Liberal Arts, Macon, Georgia (September 21, 2012).

“Workshop on Internationalization: Pursuing Academic and Scholarly Opportunities Abroad,” SEALS 2012 Annual Conference, Amelia Island, Florida (July 29, 2012).

“Blowback: Sisyphus Meets Some American Law Students,” Globalization Across the Law School Curriculum, SEALS 2012 Annual Conference, Amelia Island, Florida (July 29, 2012).

“Workshop on Internationalization: SEALS’s Global Outreach Initiatives,”SEALS 2012 Annual Conference, Amelia Island, Florida (July 29, 2012).

“Elements of the Pacifist Conscience,” 12th International Law and Ethics Conference Series: Is Pacifism Still the Issue?, Belgrade, Serbia (June 21, 2012).

“The Kill Lists,” War Workshop –Program on Ethics, Law, and Armed Conflict, Oxford University, Merton College,Oxford, England (June 5, 2012).

“Bringing the Rule of Law to Places that Don’t Have It,” Levan Institute for Ethics and Humanities Roundtable, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif. (March 20, 2012).

“Critical Voices in Legal Discourse Theory,” Law and Interpretation Section Program, AALS Annual Meeting,Washington, DC (January 6, 2012).

“The Obligation to Produce Scholarship,” Legal Writing Institute Regional Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia (December 2, 2011).

“The 1988 Brazilian Constitution and Social Composition,” Southeast Association of Law Schools, Latin and South American Working Group, Hilton Head Island, S.C. (July 26, 2011).

“International Project Working Groups,” Southeast Association of Law Schools, Latin and South American Working Group, Hilton Head Island, S.C. (July 25, 2011).

Moderator for “Writers Workshop,” Southeastern Regional Legal Writing Conference, Mercer University School of Law, Macon, Georgia (April 15, 2011).

“Inevitability in Judicial Opinions,” American Society for Law, Culture, and Humanities, Las Vegas, Nevada (March 11, 2011);

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