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2/12/2014

LBE Collegium Lunch

William H. Gates Hall

12:30 PM - 1:20 PM

Law, Business and Entrepreneurship is hosting a collegium lunch for all faculty and students. RSVPs are encouraged but not required; lunch for the first twenty five students. The lunch will be held at 12:30pm.

Come Hear Dori Brewer, a Partner at the Seattle Law Firm of Perkins Coie: Corporate Practice and Evolving Trends in Transactional Law

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Global Affairs Lecture on European Integration - Former Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs Franco Frattini

William H. Gates Hall

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Please join us at 9am in 115 William H. Gates Hall for a unique opportunity to hear from a key European leader on the current trend towards European integration.

Light breakfast served. All are Welcome. RSVP to draigrod@uw.edu

We will be broadcasting live from the UW Rome Center a lecture by Dr. Franco Frattini, President of the Italian Society for International Organizations; Former Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security.

"European Union Integration: Toward the Unites States of Europe?"

Welcome by Prof. Jeffrey Riedinger - UW Vice Provost for Global Affairs

Franco Frattini is former Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and former European Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security. Currently, Frattini is the President of the Italian Society for International Organizations (SIOI), a UW partner institution. He has been foreign minister twice during the past ten years, Minister for Civil Service, also a member of parliament, several important committees and EU organizations, Secretary General to the Prime Minister, and State Prosecutor. He is a law graduate of the University of Rome, "La Sapienza".

The event is hosted by UW Office of Global Affairs, UW School of Law, the Jackson School of International Studies, the European Union Center and Center for Western European Studies, and UW French and Italian Studies