ILS Fall Banquet Archive
ILS 2005 Fall Banquet
Developments in European Union Law
2005 Fall Banquet
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2255 E. Evans Ave.
Registration: 5:30, Law School Forum
Panel Discussion: 6:15, Room 165
Dinner & Conversation: 7:30, Law School Forum
Attorney & Guest Tickets: $25
Student Tickets: $15
The 2005 banquet featured a panel discussion on Developments in European Union Law followed by a dinner reception and conversation. This years speakers were Don Smith and Bernhard Bleise. Professor Smith is an adjunct professor at the University of Denver, currently teaching courses in European Union Law. Mr. Bleise is an honorary German consul.
ILS 2004 Fall Banquet
|Mr. Tony Carroll and Prof. Ved Nanda|
The 2004 Fall Banquet took place on Friday, September 10th. Our speaker was Tony Carroll, a University of Denver graduate. Mr. Carroll is currently the Vice President and Managing Director of Manchester Trade Limited, one of Washington’s premier international trade and business consulting groups. He also has a strong affiliation with the Peace Corps, serving first as a volunteer District Officer in Botswana and later as their Assistant General Counsel and senior legal advisor to the Director of the Peace Corps.
Mr. Carroll received both his Bachelors degree in law and economics and his Juris Doctor from the University of Denver, and he also has a Masters degree from the Lafollette School of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has served as a member of the Republican Party Foreign Policy Platform Drafting Committee, a member of the Africa Advisory Board, a Charter Member of the American Bar Association Foreign Corrupt Practices Task Force, and Chairman of the American Bar Association Africa Law Committee. He is also an active member and participant in the U.S. – South Africa Business Council, the Corporate Council on Africa and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Fall Banquet. Special thanks go to our speaker committee: Kelle Thomas, Jens Tobiasson, Marixa Frias, and Anthony Ryan. The event was a grand success, and we look forward to many more fabulous banquets in years to come.