Lan Cao on Gender-Based Barriers to Economic International Development
Our guest today is Lan Cao. Professor Cao, Boyd Fellow and Professor of Law at
the William & Mary School of Law, is a specialist in the areas of
international business and trade, international law, and law and development. In
addition to her many scholarly articles, she is author of a novel,
Bridge (Viking Penguin, 1997), and co-author of
You Need to Know About Asian American History (Penguin Plume, 1996; 2nd
edition, 2004). She visited UB Law School to present her paper on "Gender-Based
Barriers to Economic International Development." Join us for a conversation with
Professor Lan Cao and UB Law Professor Martha McCluskey.
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