Lexington, VA • Monday, October 23, 2006
The Transnational Law Institute is pleased to welcome Aneta Spaic, associate professor on the law faculty at the University of Montenegro, as an Institute Visiting Scholar. Spaic will be visiting at the Washington and Lee University School of Law from October 23, 2006 to November 18, 2006.
Spaic is visiting W&L in order to pursue scholarship on her Ph.D. thesis titled "Fundamental Breach under the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods". Spaic, whose research interests include international contract law, will also give an academic presentation on her thesis.
Spaic has law degrees from Montenegrin and Japanese universities and is associated with the department of commercial law of the University of Montenegro, where she also serves as coordinator of the University's Center for Human Rights. As a student, Spaic was chosen Best Oralist in 2002 and again in 2003 at the National Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.
The Transnational Law Institute was established in 2006 at the School of Law to support and coordinate a variety of pedagogical methods that will contribute to the quality of the legal education the School of Law offers its students and to better prepare these students for a professional legal practice that is rapidly globalizing.
Professor Spaic's Biography
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