Canada-United States Law Institute 46th Annual Conference: Supply Chain Challenges for North America
Thursday, April 21–Friday, April 22
Case Western Reserve University and nearby venues
Attendance: In-person – $50, Virtual – free
CLE: School of Law alumni – $100, Non-alumni – $200
6 hours of CLE credit, pending approval
Join Case Western Reserve University School of Law and the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law for the 46th Annual Conference of the Canada-United States Law Institute. This year’s conference addresses the increasing challenges faced by policy makers and business leaders in the United States and Canada with global supply chains. Our distinguished lecturers and experts will discuss the pressing economic, national security, human rights, and political issues currently impacting the supply of goods and services across North America.
U.S. Keynote: Ambassador Brian A. Nichols, United States Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere
Canadian Keynote: Goldy Hyder, President and CEO of the Business Council of Canada
The conference will be a hybrid in-person/virtual event in partnership with the Cleveland Botanical Garden. For more information, please visit the conference webpage.