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Professor Pammela Quinn Explores President Trump’s International Business Holdings at Vanderbilt Law Symposium

Professor Pammela Quinn

February 27, 2017

Professor Pammela Quinn was a featured presenter at the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law Symposium, “Sovereign Conduct on the Margins of the Law” on Feb. 17.

Quinn presented a paper, “Head of State-Owned Enterprise Immunity,” which explores the unique immunity issues that are likely to arise out of the unprecedented nature of President Donald Trump’s international business holdings, his financial interests and his tendency to be sued.

She appeared on a panel that considered “The Immunity of State-Owned Enterprises,” joining Penn State Law School Professor Larry Catá Backer, University of Michigan Law School Professor Nicholas Howson and Covington & Burling Partner Jonathan Gimblett.

Quinn’s scholarly interests focus on the regulation of institutions and actors across national borders and the effectiveness of diverse strategies in regulating transnational corporations and promoting social responsibility.