Viviana Kluger

Tuition and lectures in English

  1. GERMANY

  • Visiting professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Mainz. Master of Arts. International Business (MA.IB).  2008-at present. Subjects: International Business Law and W orld Economics: Current Issues

  • Visiting professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Augsburg, Bachellor Degree in International Management. 2010. Subject: International Business and Foreign Trade Law.

 

  1. ARGENTINA

  • World Trade Organization Institutions and Dispute Settlement.  Asociación Internacional de Estudios. Centro de tutorias University of London, with London School of Economics & Political Science as lead college. October 2005.

  • Imports&Exports. Asociación Internacional de Estudios. Centro de tutorías University of London, with  London School of Economics & Political Science as lead college. November 2005.

  • Unfair practices and emergency measures  in international trade. Asociación internacional de estudios. Centro de tutoríias University of London, with  London School of Economics & Political Science as lead college. November 2004.

 

  1. ROMANIA. Dispute Settlement at the World Trade Organization (WTO), Transilvania University of Brașov, October  2017.

  2. THE NETHERLANDS.  Derecho Indiano: An Example of a Transatlantic Legal Transplant?, In Maastricht European Private Law Institute, Faculty of Law, University of Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands, May 2016.

  3. GERMANY.  Argentina and Dispute Settlement In the WTO context, at the workshop “International Trade, Finance, and Investment Policies in Argentina”, University of Applied Sciences, Mainz. June 2014.

  4. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  Domestic producers, importers, and exporter’s rights in the globalization era. Illinois State University. November 2012.

  5. FINNLAND.  An Example of Survival of Castilian-Indian Law Towards the End of the 19th Century: the Doctoral Theses of the School of Law of the University of Buenos Aires-1861-1870. University of Helsinki. June 2012.

  6. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  Legal history in Argentina. universities, research centers, areas of work and publications. Tulane Law School. Tulane University. October 2011.  

  7. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  Hispanic America and its legal framework. The derecho indiano phenomenon. Tulane Law School. Tulane University. November 2011.

  8. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Legal issues in International Trade: The relationship between trade measures and environmental issues at the World Trade Organization (WTO).M.B.A. in Global Management. Department of Graduate Management Studies. Kean University. New Jersey. November 2010.  

  9. ISRAEL. Hispanic America and its legal framework –The derecho indiano phenomenon.  David Berg Institute for Law and History at the Faculty of Law, The Buchmann Faculty of Law. Tel Aviv University. January 2010

  10. DENMARK.  Argentina’s past and present legal culture. School of Law.  Copenhague University. June 2009.

  11. GERMANY. Antidumping, countervailing duties and safeguard measures in Argentina: what domestic and foreign producers shouldn’t ignore. University of Applied Sciences, Mainz. June 2008.

  12. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Unfair practices in International Trade. University of St. Thomas. Houston. Texas.  March 2006.

  13. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A general view of legal history in Argentina from discovery to codification. University of California, Los Angeles. June 2005

  14. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Family in Argentina: from the Virreinato del Río de la Plata to the recognition of same sex unions in XXIth century Buenos Aires .Florida Internacional University. November 2004.

  15. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  IV, V, VI y VII Seminar on Negotiations in International Trade. Summit of the Americas Center. Florida International University. Miami, Florida. November 2002, May and October 2004, May 2005.

  16. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  Family relations in the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata University of Houston. March 2003

  17. JAMAICA. Training at the ANTI-DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES COMMISSION on subsidies and safeguards at the World Trade Organization. Kingston. January 2003.