Jonathan A Eddy

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Legal Education Support Program – Afghanistan
Professor of Law

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The GM Reorganization: Application of US Bankruptcy Law Principles, University of Indonesia, Faculty of Law Graduate Program, Jun. 2009 (Salemba, Indonesia)

The GM Reorganization: Application of US Bankruptcy Law Principles, University of Indonesia, Faculty of Law, Jun. 2009 (Depok, Indonesia)

U.S. "Rule of Law" Projects: Some Special Considerations in Muslim Countries, Fakultas Hukum Universitas Diponegoro, Jun. 2009 (Semerang, Indonesia)

US "Rule of Law" Projects in Muslim Countries: Mythologies, Stereotypes and False Paradigms, University of Indonesia, Jun. 2009 (Depok, Indonesia)

Parodoxes and Paradigms: Foreign Intervention in Afghanistan, Law and Society Association, Annual Meeting, May 2009 (Denver, CO)

Is a "Rule of Law" Possible in Afghanistan?, Kobe Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies and Kobe University Faculty of Law, Dec. 2008 (Kobe, Japan)

Changes and Constants in American Technical Legal Assistance Programs, Kobe Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Oct. 2008 (Kobe, Japan)

Confessions (and Reflections) of an Overseas Agent of the BIA, Dine College, Conference on Traditional Values in Navejo Policy Analysis, May 1, 2008 (Tsaile, AZ)

An Introduction to the Role of Commercial Law in Economic Development, USAID, Afghan Legal English Winter Course, Feb. 2008 (Kabul, Afghanistan)

Secured Transactions and Lending Law, U.S. Department of Commerce and the United States Middle East Partnership Initiative, Regional Conference, Jan. 27, 2008 (Muscat, Oman)

Cognitive Dissonance and Donor Distortion in the Implementation of “Rule of Law” Projects, Law and Society Association, Annual Meeting, Jul. 28, 2007 (Berlin, Germany)

Challenges of Legal Pluralism in Afghan Legal Reconstruction, Asian Law Institute, 4th Annual Conference, May 24, 2007 (Jakarta, Indonesia)

The Afghan Legal Educators Program: Challenges of Legal Reconstruction in a Post-Conflict Setting, with Clark Lombardi, University of Washington, Hot Spots Lecture Series, Apr. 4, 2007 (Seattle, WA)

Keynote, The Role of Commercial Law and Commercial Court Judges in Economic Progress, U.S. Department of Commerce and the Ministry of Justice of Yemen Conference of Commercial Court Judges, Dec. 2006 (Sana’a, Yemen)

Performance Evaluation of Indonesia's Financial Intelligence Unit (PPATK) and the Indonesian Anti-Money Laundering Regime upon the 3d Anniversary of PPATK's Operational Status, USAID, Sep. 2006 (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Mutual Legal Assistance in South-East Asia under the ASEAN Treaty and Bilateral Relationships, Asian Law Institute, 3d Annual Conference, May 2006 (Shanghai, China)

Keynote, Commercial Law Reform as a Structural Component of Economic Development in a Globalizing World, U.S. Department of Commerce and the United States Middle East Partnership Initiative, Regional Conference, Apr. 2006 (Doha, Qatar)

Transitional Economies/Transitional Law, The College of Shari’a and Law, Jan. 31, 2005 (Muscat, Oman)

Preliminary Comments on the Draft Commercial Code, Ministry of Economy & Commerce, Jan. 30, 2005 (Doha, Qatar)

Panelist, University of Washington Asian Law Center, United States Chamber of Commerce Commercial Law Development Program and State of Bahrain Ministry of Commerce, Workshop on a Proposed New Companies Law for the State of Bahrain, Jan. 2005

Reflections on 35 years of “Law & Development”, Willamette University College of Law, Jan. 26, 2005 (Salem, OR)

It’s All in the Analysis, Beijing Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention, Financial Intelligence Units, Jan. 30, 2004 (Beijing, China)

The UN Convention on International Sales of Goods, University of Indonesia Faculty of Law, Jan. 2004 (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Legal Culture, Institutional Design Choice and the Struggle to Implement an Effective Anti-Money Laundering Regime in Indonesia, Asian Legal Institute, Inaugural Conference, Jan. 26, 2004 (Singapore)

Combating Money-Laundering: The Institutional Setting, University of Washington Asian Law Center, Jan. 25, 2004 (Seattle, WA)

Structure and Application of Indonesia’s Anti-Money Laundering Law, Training Seminar of the Attorney General’s Office, Jan. 2004 (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Early Days in Law and Development: The Ethiopian Experience, University of Washington School of Law, Jan. 2004 (Seattle, WA)

US Government Inter-Agency Review Team Inspecting Indonesian Progress in FATF Compliance, Jan. 2003 (Jakarta, Indonesia)

US Commercial Law as an Export Commodity, Seattle University School of Law, Jan. 2002 (Seattle, WA)

Some Reflections on the Theory and Practice of “Law and Development”, University of Washington School of Law, Jan. 2002 (Seattle, WA)

A Retrospective--SAILER and the Haile Selassie I University Faculty of Law after 25 Years, Association of American Law Schools, Section on African Law, Annual Meeting, Jan. 1999 (New Orleans, LA)

Legal Education in Ethiopia Before the Revolution: Re-evaluating the Golden Days, Addis Ababa University Faculty of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Jan. 1998 (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)

Challenges to Legal Reform in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa University Faculty of Law, Addis Ababa, Jan. 1998 (Ethiopia)

Third-Party Opinion Practice--The Primacy of Due Diligence, Law Seminars, Inc., Jan. 1996 (Seattle, WA)

Third-Party Legal Opinions--Changing Trends, Washington State Bar Association Business Law Section, Mid-Year Meeting, Jan. 1996 (Seattle, WA)

The Role of Legal Opinions in the Purchase and Sale of Businesses, Washington State Bar Association Business Law Section, Mid-Year Meeting, Jan. 1995 (Bellevue, WA)

Due Diligence in Third-Party Opinion Practice, Jan. 1995 (Seattle, WA)

Accountability of Corporate Directors to Shareholders under Principles of US Law, Toshoku Trading Co. Board of Directors, Jan. 1994 (Tokyo, Japan)

A Practical Analysis of Issues in the International Sale of Goods, Gedjah Mada University Faculty of Law, Jan. 1994 (Yogyakarta, Indonesia)

Cultural, Legal and Practical Issues in Cross-Border Negotiations and Transactions, Diponegoro University Faculty of Law, Jan. 1994 (Semarang, Indonesia)

International Sales of Goods under the Vienna Convention, Hasanuddin University Faculty of Law, Jan. 1994 (Makassar, Indonesia)

New Developments: Letters of Credit, Washington State Bar Association, Annual Meeting, Jan. 1991 (Vancouver, WA)

Letters of Credit, Washington State Bar Association Section on Financial Institutions, Jan. 1989 (Seattle, WA)

A Practitioner's View of Some Problems in the Proper Scope and Application of Contract Law, New York University School of Law, Jan. 1988 (New York, NY)

Practical Consideration in Venture Capital Financings, Jan. 1983 (Seattle, WA)

Typical Terms and Structures in Venture Capital Financing in the Pacific Northwest, CH Partners Limited Partners, Jan. 1983 (Seattle, WA)

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