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Bruce Zagaris

Bruce Zagaris is the founder and editor-in-chief of the International Enforcement Law Reporter. He is a partner in the Washington, DC law firm of Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe LLP. Bruce obtained his B.A., J.D. and LL.M. from George Washington University. He is an expert in the field of international law; his work has appeared in numerous law reviews, and he has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, CNN, and CNBC.
Rodrigo Labardini

Rodrigo Labardini holds an LL. B. (Univ. Iberoamericana-Mexico), an MPA (ITESM-CCM-Mexico), and a Graduate Course in American Legal Studies (Univ. New Mexico). He is an SJD candidate at the Washington College of Law, American University, 2006. Mr. Labardini is currently on leave from Universidad Iberoamerica in Mexico, where he is a professor of international law.
Konstantinos Magliveras

Konstantinos Magliveras holds a D. Phil from Oxford in Public International Law. He is Assistant Professor, Department of Mediterranean Studies, at the University of the Aegean, Greece.
Jason McClurg

Jason McClurg is an Associate at Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe LLP in Washington, D.C., where his practice includes international criminal, white collar, and public international law. He holds a B.A. from the University of California Los Angeles, and a J.D. from Emory University.
Before coming to Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, Mr. McClurg worked on legal issues involving human rights and genocide in West Africa for USAID, the Carter Center, and Survivors'' Rights International. A frequent contributor to the International Enforcement Law Reporter, Mr. McClurg covers international human rights, war crimes, genocide, and white collar crime.

Jorge Nemr

Jorge Nemr graduated from the University of São Paulo law school and completed post-graduate studies at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV/SP), specializing in administrative, commercial, and international law. He is a member of the Law Firms'' Committee of the Brazilian Bar Association, Section São Paulo, a member of the Committee of Competition Law and International Trade of the IASP (São Paulo Lawyers Institute), a member and advisor of the ICLA (International Criminal Law Association), a member of the IBA (International Bar Association) as a Latin American Chair of the Committee 10 (Practice Management and Technology), and a member of the Committees of Legislation, Telecommunications and Environment of the American Chamber of Commerce and of the Committee of Support to Export of CESA - Center of Studies of Lawyers'' Firms.
Mr. Nemr has published articles on international law in a number of magazines and journals, including the International Enforcement Law Reporter.

Michael Plachta

Professor Plachta specializes in criminal law and international criminal law. He has authored numerous publications on a wide range of problems concerning law enforcement and international cooperation in criminal matters. He currently teaches criminal law and European criminal law at the University of Security in Poznan, Poland.


Ursula Scott-Larsen

Ursula Scott-Larsen graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a BA in International Relations and German. Since 1981, she has worked for Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly in Brussels as a legal assistant specializing in European Union institutional and regulatory matters.

Linda Friedman

Linda Friedman Ramirez currently practices federal and international criminal law in St. Petersburg, Florida. She received her J.D. from Willamette College of Law in 1981. She has written and spoken on topics germane to defending immigrants and clients of diverse cultures. She is the editor of Cultural Issues in Criminal Defense. 2d. Ed. Juris Publishing (2007). She covers extradition and foriegn evidence issues.