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LLM in International Transactions and Comparative Law Faculty

CONSTANCE DE LA VEGA | Professor and Academic Director of International Programs | BA, Scripps College; JD, University of California, Berkeley

Professor de la Vega, who is originally from Mexico, has written extensively on international human rights and has participated in United Nations human rights meetings. She has submitted amicus briefs detailing international law standards to U.S. courts in affirmative action and death penalty cases. De la Vega is co-author of International Human Rights Law: An Introduction and The American Legal System (forthcoming). She teaches American Legal System, International Human Rights Law, and the International Human Rights Law Clinic. She has directed the LLM Program since 2005, and has taught international human rights in other countries, including China.

REZA R. DIBADJ | Professor | SB, MBA, JD, Harvard University

Professor Dibadj writes about corporate and securities law, antitrust, regulation and administrative law, and social welfare theory. The first theme emerging in his writing involves the application of new tools, such as network theory, to legal analysis. The second is an exploration of how the modalities of government intervention can be improved to mediate the increasingly complex intersection of democracy and capitalism. Dibadj is author of Rescuing Regulation, and numerous academic articles and op-ed pieces. He teaches Corporations, International Business Transactions, and Securities Regulation.

JACK I. GARVEY | Professor | BA, JD, Harvard University

Professor Garvey has taught at the law school since 1976, and specializes in public and private international law. His work can be found in numerous domestic and foreign law journals including The Yale Law Journal and the Oxford Journal of Conflict and Security Law. Garvey is an arbitrator and consultant to law firms. He was a fellow of the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland; a Fulbright senior specialist at the University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and a visiting professor at the University of Sydney, Australia, and the East China Institute of Politics and Law. He teaches Contracts, Public International Law, and International Civil Dispute Resolution.