Panel on: An Examination of International Law Frameworks in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters

Emory International Law Review Symposium
A Worldwide Response: An Examination of International Law Frameworks in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters
Panel One: Disaster Law and Policy – How Can International Law Frameworks Better Assist When Disasters Strike
Panelists: Jim Chen, Elyse Mosquini and Sophie Smyth

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