Professor Caroline Bradley recently participated in the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime in England. She spoke about outsider trading in the session “The misuse and abuse of information.” She has written widely on matters of British and European financial law. At the University of Miami, she teaches courses in European Community law, United States securities regulation, international finance and business associations.
Professor Markus Wagner participated as a commentator at the Third Biennial Conference of the Latin American Society of international Law, held at the Universidad Externado de Colombia in Bogota, Colombia. His panel, titled “Human Rights: The Individual and International Jurisdiction” brought together experts from throughout Latin America to discuss recent developments in the inter-American system of human rights law as well as human rights related aspects of anti-terrorism measures. Professor Wagner teaches and writes in the areas of international law, constitutional law and comparative law. His recent scholarship has focused on the development of autonomous weaponry and its compatibility with international humanitarian law and various aspects of international economic law.