By Melvin J. Howard
drafted judicial decisions on a range of diverse issues of law, including contract disputes, federal habeas corpus review of death penalty cases and employment discrimination claims. After leaving a large law firm where the selected party practiced International Trade law.Office of the U.S. Trade Representative as Assistant General Counsel and the Department of Commerce. In addition the selected partylitigated disputes before the World Trade Organization and negotiated bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. Authored a series of WTO articles for U.S.-based Initiative for Policy Dialogue, a U.S. think tank. In addition to authoring and CO-authoring numerous reviews, articles and essays.
Fulbright Scholar to France
International Law Fellow, merit tuition scholarship for academic achievement in international law
Staff Editor, Journal of International Law and Politics
Marden Moot Court, second in division for best brief and oral
Centurion will expand its claim to include all Provinces except Quebec. I want to personally thank the various lawyers and institutions that helped with this process. For further information http://www.state.gov/s/l/c29884.htm#