Friday26Jan 2018

Chapman Law Review Symposium

Special Jurisdictions Within and Outside of the United States

Friday, January 26, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm
2018-01-26 09:00 2018-01-26 17:00 America/Los_Angeles Chapman Law Review Symposium KH 237A Kennedy Hall 237A Cindy Park park312@mail.chapman.edu

General Admission $50.00

CU students, faculty, and alumni can contact akemp@chapman.edu for discounted rates.

KH 237A

Kennedy Hall 237A

General Public

Everyone is welcome to attend

Countries across the world have sought to encourage growth by creating Special Economic Zones (SEZs) that operate under different rules from the surrounding area.  In the United States, these take the form of Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs)--secure areas located in or near its ports of entry, such as harbors or airports, but outside of its customs or duties territory, legally speaking.  Despite the growing popularity of such zones, however, and their unusual features, they have largely escaped the attention of legal scholars. 

How do SEZs fit within conventional models of state authority?  Does the extra-territorial status of U.S. FTZs, and their special tax statute, raise constitutional issues?  Should the United States reconsider the growing popularity of FTZs or leverage their success to create new and even more comprehensive special jurisdictions? 

 

You can contact the event organizer, Cindy Park at park312@mail.chapman.edu.

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