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George Walker

Dean's Research Professor of Admiralty and International Law

Phone: 336.758.5720
Email: walkergk@wfu.edu
Location: Worrell 3313

Speaking Engagements

  • Panelist, "Guantanamo: The Law, the Dilemma and the Options," North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement, October 14, 2010, University of North Carolina (Asheville).
  • Panelist, "Current Issues in National Security Law," Piedmont Triad Lawyers & Wake Forest University Law School Chapters, March 18, 2010, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Commentator for panel, "Occupation in Iraq," in colloquium, The War in Iraq: A Legal Analysis, Center for Naval Warfare Studies, Nav. War C., June 23-25, 2009, Newport, Rhode Island.
  • Paper, "Self-Defense, the Law of Armed Conflict and Port Security," as panelist in Symposium, The Ins and Outs of the Modern Port: Where Do We Go from Here?, U. S.C. Sch. L., February 27, 2009, Columbia, South Carolina.
  • Chair, Panel, "Implications of U.S. Acceptance of the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention and the 1994 Agreement," Int\'l L. Ass\'n (Am. Branch) ann. mtg., October 18, 2008, New York City, New York.
  • Paper, "The Evolving Law of Sovereign Immunity," Rudolph C. Barnes Sr. Symposium, Legitimacy, Economic Development and Change, U. S.C. Sch. Law, Columbia, South Carolina, January 25, 2008.
  • Chair, Panel, "Terms in the 1982 U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea or in Convention Analysis that the Convention Does Not Define: Report of the International Law Association (American Branch) Law of the Sea Committee," Int\'l L. Ass\'n (Am. Branch) ann. mtg., October 26, 2007, New York City, New York.
  • Talk, "War Crimes: The U.S. Response to a Global Problem," 2006-07 Wake Forest University Great Decisions series, April 19, 2007, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Agreements to Arbitrate -- What They Are and What They are Not," N.C.B. Ass\'n contin. ed. prog., March 22, 2007, Cary, North Carolina, published in N.C.B. Found., From A to M -- Arbitration and Mediation in North Carolina (2007), ch. 7.
  • Chair, Panel, "Terms in the 1982 U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea or in Convention Analysis that the Convention Does Not Define: Report of the International Law Association (American Branch) Law of the Sea Committee," Int\'l L. Ass\'n (Am. Branch) ann. mtg., October 26, 2007, New York City, New York.
  • Paper, "Family Law Arbitration from the Court Perspective," also published on N.C. Instit. Gov\'t, N.C.B. Ass\'n websites, at N.C. Ass\'n of Dist. Ct. Judges Summer Conf., June 14, 2006, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina; participant, panel disc. on family law arbitration at the conference.
  • Paper, "The 2005 Amendments to the Family Law Arbitration Act," N.C.B. Ass\'n Family L. Sec. contin. leg. educ. prog., September 16, 2005, published as ch. 5 in N.C.B. Found., Perils and Pitfalls in ADR: A Family Law Perspective (2005).
  • Paper, "Humanitarian Law During Armed Conflicts: What Are the Rules Where Systems of Law Interface and Conflict?," Rudolph C. Barnes Sr. Symposium, Religion, Ethics & Armed Conflict Law: Afghanistan, Iraq & the War on Terror, U. S.C. Sch. Law, April 8, 2005, Columbia, South Carolina.
  • Speaker, panel disc., "Comparative Types and Forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution," November 5, 2004, Am. Acad. Matrimonial Lawyers ann. mtg., Chicago, Illinois.
  • Paper, "Professionals\' Definitions and States\' Understandings, Statements or Declarations for the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention," chaired panel disc., Int\'l L. Ass\'n (Am. Branch) ann. mtg., October 15, 2004, New York City, New York.
  • Talk, "Salvage Law and Boating," Winston-Salem, North Carolina Power Squadron, April 21, 2004.
  • Panelist, Blynn Holocaust Collection program, Just Following Orders? Legal and Moral Dilemmas in a Post-Holocaust World, Forsyth Tech. Commun. College, November 11, 2003, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Definitions for the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention -- Part III," Am. Branch Int\'l L. Ass\'n ann. mtg, October 24, 2003, New York City, New York, published in 34 Cal. W. Int\'l L.J. 211 (2004), and in part in 2003-04 Proc. Am. Branch Int\'l L. Ass\'n 187 (2004).
  • Paper, "Law of War Manuals and Their Impact on International Law," Nav. War C. Int\'l L. Dep\'t Bd. of Advisers Mtg., June 24, 2003, Newport, Rhode Island.
  • Paper, "Arbitration Clauses," N.C.B. Ass\'n Int\'l L. & Prac. Sec. contin. educ. prog., May 15, 2003, Cary, North Carolina, published in N.C.B. Found., Basics of International Law for Practitioners Representing Clients in the Global Economy ch. II (2003).
  • Paper, chaired panel, "Defining Terms in the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention," Int\'l L. Ass\'n Am. Branch Ann. Mtg., New York, October 25, 2002.
  • Panelist, retrospective prog. on September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Wake Forest L. Sch., September 11, 2002.
  • Panelist, "America\'s Continuing Response to Global Terrorism," Wake Forest L. Sch., February 20, 2002.
  • Faculty Professional breakfast talk, "Bringing Those Accused of Terrorist Acts to Justice," Summit School, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, February 13, 2002.
  • Lect., "Military-Geopolitical-Operational Update: The Law on the September 11 Attacks and the Aftermath," to U.S. Navy Judge Advocates, Raleigh, North Carolina, November 17, 2001.
  • Prog. participant, "Responding to Conflict: Military, Diplomatic and Humanitarian Approaches," as part of univ.\'s theme Year of Unity and Hope, November 1, 2001.
  • Chair, Int\'l L. Ass\'n Am. Branch Law of the Sea Comm., presented paper, "Defining Terms in the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention," ILA Am. Branch ann. mtg., New York, October 26, 2001.
  • Faculty professional breakfast talk, "International Aspects of the Attack on Terrorism," Summit School, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, October 10, 2001.
  • Paper, "Principles for Collective Humanitarian Intervention to Succor Other Countries\' Indigenous Nationals," at Colloquium, Legal and Ethical Lessons of NATO\'s Kosovo Campaign, cospon. by Naval War College Center for Naval Warfare Studies; Carnegie Coun. on Ethics & Int\'l Aff.; Israel Y.B. Hum. Rts.; Duke University Center on Law, Ethics & National Security; U. Va. Center for National Security Law, Newport, Rhode Island, August 7-10, 2001.
  • Talk, "Information Warfare and Neutrality," to U.S. Naval Reserve Judge Advocates, November 18, 2000, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Lecture, "Admiralty Litigation Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976, As Amended," Marit. L. Ass\'n annual meeting, November 3, 2000, New York City, New York.
  • Submitted paper, retitled "Responses to Humanitarian Law Violations in Non-International Armed Conflicts: Historical Perspectives and Considerations on Conflicts of Jurisdiction," Second Meeting of Experts of Int\'l Institute Of Humanit. Law (IIHL) Res. Proj. on Humanit. Prot. In Non-Int\'l Armed Conflicts, October 18-22, 2000, San Remo, Italy.
  • Lecture, "The North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act," N.C.B. Ass\'n Family Law Sec. Annual Meeting, May 5-6, 2000, Williamsburg, Virginia.
  • Paper, "Rights and Duties of Neutral States with Regard to Methods and Means of Computer Network Attack," Naval War College symposium, Computer Network "Attack" and International Law, June 24, 1999, Newport, Rhode Island.
  • Talk, "Developments in United Nations Law," NR LSO MID-ATLANTIC 107/NR VTU (LAW) 0702 Nav. Res. Judge Advocates meeting, December 5, 1998, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • "Arbitration Clauses in North Carolina," N.C.B. Ass\'n Int\'l L. & Prac. Section continuing education program, October 9, 1998, Cary, North Carolina, published in N.C.B. Found., Basics of International Law: Practice Tools for North Carolina\'s Emerging  Global Economy (1998).
  • "Ethics Rules for Arbitrators," N.C.B. Ass\'n Dispute Resolution Section continuing education program, February 20, 2002, Cary, North Carolina, published in N.C.B. Found., "Winning" at Mediation: Tips and Techniques for Litigators (1998).
  • "The North Carolina Canons of Ethics for Arbitrators," presented during panel, "Ethical Rules in Arbitration," at A.B.A. Section of Dispute Resolution & Ass\'n of the Bar of the City of New York program, New York City, New York, September 24-25, and to North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission, Raleigh, North Carolina, August 28, 1998, published in A.B.A. Section of Dispute Resolution & Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Arbitration: Preparing for the 21st Century 436 (1998).
  • Talk, "Developments in the Law of Maritime Neutrality," NR LSO MID-ATLANTIC 107/NR VTU (LAW) 0702 mtg. of Naval Reserve Judge Advocates, Dececember 13, 1997, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "North Carolina Bar Association International Law & Practice Section Legislative Proposals for the 1997 General Assembly Session," N.C.B. Ass\'n Bus. L. & Int\' L. & Prac. Secs. contin. educ. prog., February 14, 1997, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in N.C.B. Found., Selected Issues in Business & International Law (1997). 
  • Talk, "U.N. Peacekeeping Operations: Finding a Middle Ground," NR LSO MID-ATLANTIC 107/NR VTU (LAW) 0702 meeting of Nav. Res. Judge Advocates, December 7, 1996, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "Oceans Law, the Maritime Environment, and the Law of Naval Warfare," to NR LSO MID-ATLANTIC 207/NR VTU (LAW) 0702 meeting of Nav. Res. Judge Advocates, December 2, 1995, Raleigh, North Carolina. 
  • Paper, "Oceans Law, the Maritime Environment, and the Law of Naval Warfare," at symposium, The Protection of the Environment During Armed Conflict & Other Military Operations, September 20-22, 1995, Nav. War C., Newport, Rhode Island. 
  • Paper, "Moving to Closure at Helsinki: The March 1995 Draft Report of the International Law Association\'s Committee on Maritime Neutrality," at Lieber Society mtg. Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. annual meeting., April 7, 1995, New York City, New York.
  • Paper, "The Interface of Criminal Jurisdiction and Actions Under the U.N. Charter with Admiralty Law," Ass\'n Am. L. Schs. Marit. L. Sec., at AALS Ann. Mtg., January 8, 1995, New Orleans, Louisiana, published in 20 Marit. L.J. 216 (1996).
  • Talk, "Adoption of the Law of the Sea Convention," NR LSO MID-ATLANTIC 207/NR VTU (LAW) 0702 meeting of Nav. Res. Judge Advocates, December 3, 1994, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "The Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990 (CJRA) and the 1993 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure," Carolinas Patent, Trademark & Copyright Law Assn., September 30-31, 1994, Litchfield Beach, South Carolina.
  • Paper, "Thoughts on the March 1994 Draft Harmonized Document," Roundtable of Experts on International Humanitarian Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea, sponsored by IIHL, June 9-12, 1994, Livorno, Italy.
  • Lead speaker, "Overview of the Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990 (CJRA) and 1993 Changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure," N.C. B. Ass\'n Federal Rules Seminar, February 25, 1994, Greensboro, North Carolina, published as ch. 1 in N.C. B. Found., New Federal Rules (1994).
  • Rapporteur, Int\'l L. Ass\'n (Amer. Branch) Marit. Neutrality Comm. panel, October 30, 1993, New York City, New York.
  • Paper, "International Arbitration," N.C. B. Ass\'n Admiralty Law Sem., October 8-9, 1993, New Bern, North Carolina.
  • Papers, "Thoughts on Neutrality and Nonbelligerency," "The Law of Naval Warfare and the Environment," session rapporteur, Roundtable of Experts on International Humanitarian Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea, sponsored by IIHL, September 23-28, 1993, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Keynote address, "World Events, National Strategies, Naval Strategies, International Law and National Law in the Context of Change," Pi Sigma Alpha initiation, The Citadel & Coll. of Charleston, April 15, 1993, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Paper, "Maritime Neutrality in the Charter Era," to U. Va. L. Sch. Center for Oceans L. & Pol. 17th Ann. Sem., March 18, 1993, Washington, D.C., pub. in New National Perspectives on the Law of the Sea Convention 124 (U. Va. L. Sch. Center for Oceans L. & Pol., Prac. 17th Ann. Sem., Myron H. Nordquist ed. 1993).
  • Talk, N.C. B. Ass\'n Int\'l L. & Prac. Sec. on international arbitration, February 5, 1993, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "The U.N., the U.S. and Future Military Involvement," Rotary Club talk, January 26, 1993, N. Kingstown, Rhode Island.
  • Paper, "Court-Annexed Arbitration for Workplace-Related Claims," address to 8th Annual N.C./S.C. Labor & Emp. L. Sem., October 24, 1992, Asheville, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in the Context of Transnational Law," Hague Conference on Private Int\'l Law, cosponsored by ABA Sec. on Litigation, Hague Conf. on Private Int\'l Law & Duke U.L. Sch. Private Adjud. Center, October 23, 1992, Durham, North Carolina, pub. in Symposium, The Hague Conference on Private International Law, 57 L. & Contemp. Probs 1, 183 (1994). 
  • Paper, "Commentary on Professor Robertson\'s Theater of Operations in Naval Warfare - Different Maritime Areas," Roundtable of Experts on International Humanitarian Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea, sponsored by the IIHL, September 24-29, 1992, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Paper, "Commentary on Conditions of Applicability for Visit, Search, Diversion and Capture," Roundtable of Experts on International Humanitarian Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea, sponsored by the IIHL, September 20-24, 1991, Bergen, Norway.
  • Talk, "The Law of Weapons Choice and Weapons Use," Retired Officers Ass\'n, February 28, 1991, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "Humanitarian Law, the Geneva Conventions and the Persian Gulf," Duke U. Amnesty Int\'l chapter, February 5, 1991, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Legal Aspects of Military Force in the Kuwait Crisis: U.N. Charter Norms and General Principles of the Law of Armed Conflict," Military Perspectives panel at Wake, Durham & Orange County Bar Ass\'ns program, Legalities Involved in the Use of Economic, Diplomatic and Military Pressure in the Persian Gulf, January 12, 1991, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Legal Aspects of Military Force in the Kuwait Crisis: U.N. Charter Norms and the Future of the Crisis If Armed Conflict Ensues," Am. Soc. of Int\'l L. regional mtg. on "The Use of Economic, Diplomatic and Military Force in the Modern International Arena," November 10, 1990, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "The United Nations, the United States and the International Law of the Kuwait Crisis," at forum, "Burning Oil: Iraq\'s Invasion; the U.S. Response," October 28, 1990, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Musings on the MOZ," Roundtable of Experts on International Humanitarian Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea, October 19-23, 1990, cosponsored by Univ. of Toulon & Var, France, IIHL & French Red Cross, Toulon, France, published as Commentary No. 18, Methods and Means of Combat in Naval Warfare 132 (von Heinegg ed., 8 BSFHV 1993).
  • Talk, "Looking at Crisis," Center for Res. & Devel. in Law-Related Educ. (CRADLE) Summer Instit., August 10, 1990, Wake Forest U. Law Sch. 
  • Talk, "Court-Ordered Arbitration: A Trend in Civil Litigation," June 5, 1990, Stratford Rd. Kiwanis Club, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "In Personam Jurisdiction Problems in U.S. International Civil Litigation," N.C.B. Ass\'n Int\'l L. Comm. sem., May 23, 1990, Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Future Projections for Admiralty Litigation," April 28, 1990, Williamsburg, Virginia, published in N.C.B. Found., Second Biennial Admiralty Seminar (1990).
  • Talks, "North Carolina\'s 1990 Court-Ordered, Non-Binding, Arbitration Rules and Procedures," N.C. Admin Off. of the Cts contin. leg. educ. programs, February 16, Asheboro, North Carolina; March 2, Sylva, North Carolina; March 9, 1990, Gastonia, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "State Practice Since World War II," Naval War Coll. Law of Naval Warfare Symposium on Targeting Enemy Merchant Shipping, February 1-3, 1990, Newport, Rhode Island, published as ch. 4 in The Law of Naval Warfare: Targeting Enemy Merchant Shipping (Nav. War Coll. Int\'l L. Stud., vol. 65, Richard J. Grunawalt ed. 1993).
  • Paper, "Further Questions on Targeting in the Law of Naval Warfare," IIHL, Institute for Peace-Keeping Law and International Humanitarian Law and the German Red Cross, Round Table on International Humanitarian Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea, November 10-14, 1989, Bochum, Germany, published in The Military Objective and the Principle of Distinction in the Law of Naval Warfare, 107 (von Heinegg, ed., 7 BSFHV 1991). 
  • Paper, "Evidence: Contrast of North Carolina and Federal Rules and Practical Pointers," N.C. B. Found. Federal Practice prog., November 3, 1989, Pinehurst, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "International Law and Changing Economic Patterns: European Integration in 1992," CRADLE Summer Institute, August 4, 1989, Wake Forest U. Law Sch.
  • Paper, "Jurisdictional and Procedural Issues Resulting from Recent Legislation and Cases," June 24, 1989, S.E. Adm. L. Instit., Atlanta, published in SEALI Program Materials (1989). 
  • Talk, "Court-Ordered Arbitration: One Alternative Dispute Resolution Technique Employed in North Carolina," May 28, 1989, Civitan Club, Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "Career Opportunities in International Law," March 16, 1989, Wake Forest U. Prelaw Society. 
  • Paper, "Civil In Rem Actions in United States Practice and the International Law Context," January 8, 1989, Ass\'n of Amer. L. Schs. Marit. L. Sec. panel on "In Rem Actions without Arrest or Substitute Res in the U.S. and Abroad: A Comparative Study," AALS Ann. Mtg., New Orleans, Louisiana, published in 15 Tulane Mar. L.J. 177 (1981).
  • "An Ending and a Beginning: Continuity and Growth Are What Count," Wake Forest U. Army ROTC commissioning and awards ceremony address, December 7, 1988.
  • Paper, "Pleasure Boats and the Admiralty," April 23, 1988, N.C. B. Ass\'n Admiralty Law Seminar, Wilmington, North Carolina, published in N.C. B. Found., Admiralty Law (1988).
  • Lecture, "Alternative Dispute Resolution," April 6, 1988, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Talk, "Mandatory, Court-Ordered, Non-Binding Arbitration," April 5, 1988, Mecklenberg County B. Ass\'n CLE Sem. on Alt. Dispute Res., Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • Resource speaker in international law, CRADLE, Spec. Progs. in Citizenship Educ. III (SPICE III), March 10, 1988, Wake Forest U. Law Sch. 
  • Report on court-ordered arb. progs. to Wake Forest Univ. Bd. of Trustees, February 4, 1988, Wake Forest U. Law Sch.
  • Panelist, paper, "The Law of Armed Conflict Taught in a Comparative Criminal Law context," at Seminar on Teaching International Criminal Law, December 8, 1987, Int\'l Instit. of Higher Stud. in Crim. Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, pub., 1 Touro J. Transnat\'l L. 153 (1988). 
  • Paper, "Court-Ordered Arbitration: The Pilot State Program;" Co-moderator, in Symposium, Dispute Resolution in North Carolina - Today and Tomorrow, October 2, 1987, Wake Forest U. Law Sch. 
  • CRADLE/SPICE II, March 8-13, 1987, Wake Forest U. Law Sch., introduced keynote speaker, addressed secondary school teachers from 41 states on "The Common Defence," prepared cases and materials for distribution. 
  • Talks, "State Rules," February 6 & 13, 1987, N.C. B. Ass\'n Contin. Legal Educ. Sem. on Court-Ordered Arbitration, Hendersonville and Durham, North Carolina.
  • Moderator, "Law & Practice of Court-Annexed Arbitration in the North Carolina State & Federal Courts," January 29, 1987, Duke U. Law Sch. Private Adjud. Center sem., Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Talks, "Terrorism: The Developing Legal Regime," and "Anticipatory Self-Defense: The Nicaragua Case and the Libyan Raid," August 9-10, 1986, Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region SEVEN JAG Conference, aboard U.S.S. North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina.
  • Panelist, "Proposed Rules for Court-Ordered Arbitration," April 25, 1986, N.C. Super. Ct. Judges Conference, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Paper, "Jurisdiction, Choice of Forum, Arbitration, Choice of Law and Class Actions," April 18 & 25, 1986, Wake Forest Law Sch. Contin. Legal Educ. Insts., Raleigh and Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in North Carolina Products Liability Handbook 121 (1986). 
  • Talk, "The Achille Lauro Incident," November 1, 1985, Military Order of the World Wars meeting, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Talk, "Legal Responsibilities of the Reserve Unit Commanding Officer," October 27, 1985, Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region SEVEN Commanding Officers\' Conf., Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Presentations, proposed ct-ord. arb. rules for state courts, 1985-86, as co-drafter of rules and member, Court-Ordered Arb. Subcomm., N.C. B. Ass\'n Dispute Resolution Comm.
  • Paper, "Non-Profit Organizations," May 3, 1985, Wake Forest Contin. Leg. Educ. Inst., Commercial and Business Law Practice, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in North Carolina Business Practice Handbook 167 (1985 rev.).
  • Talks, "Law of Naval Mine Warfare," "International Court of Justice: Nicaragua v. United States," and "Should Arms Transfers to Foreign Nations Be Conditioned on Training in the Law of Armed Conflict?," April 18-19, 1984, Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region SEVEN JAG Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Moderator, "The Responsibility for Training Foreign Military Personnel: Should Arms Transfers Be Conditioned on Training in the Law of Armed Conflict," April 12, 1984, Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. annual meeting, Washington, D.C., published in 1984 Proc. Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. 1 (1986).
  • Talk, "Appellate Practice," April 7, 1984, N.C. Paralegal Ass\'n annual meeting, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Moderator, "Humanitarian Law," April 15, 1983, Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. annual meeting, Washington, D.C.; published in 1983 Proc. Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. 22 (1985).
  • Paper, "Future Trends in Federal Civil Litigation," March 26, 1983, Wake Forest Contin. Leg. Educ. Instit. on Civil Litigation, Raleigh, North Carolina; summary of chapters in North Carolina Trial Book - Civil (1983).
  • Talk, "A Brief for the 1977 Protocols," February 17, 1983, Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. regional meeting on International Humanitarian Law and Armed Conflict, Honolulu, Hawaii, co-spon. by Int\'l Comm. of the Red Cross, Am. Red Cross, Haw. B. Ass\'n.
  • Talks, "The Sources of International Law," "Administrative and Educational Developments," "The Law if Air Warfare: Projection and Special Weapons," and "Law of the Sea Issues," November 12-13, 1982, Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region SEVEN JAG Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Address, "Preparation for Law School," October 18, 1982, Phi Sigma Alpha honorary fraternity, The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Moderator, "75th Anniversary of the Hague Conventions of 1907," April 23, 1982, Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. annual meeting, Washington, D.C., published in 1982 Proc. Am. Soc\'y Int\'l L. 130 (1984).
  • Paper, "Statutory Modifications for Traditional Tort-Related Doctrines: Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Doctrines," November 13, 1981, Wake Forest Contin. Leg. Educ. Instit., Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in North Carolina Tort Practice Handbook 293 (1981).
  • Paper, "A Conclusion and Synthesis," April 17, 1981, Wake Forest Contin. Leg. Educ. Instit. on Law Office management, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in Law Office Management and Economics: The Next Decade 209 (1981).
  • Chair, papers "Non-Profit Organizations," "Civil Litigation Aspects of Business Practice," March 27-28, 1981, Wake Forest Contin. Leg. Educ. Instit. on Bus. Prac., Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in North Carolina Business Practice Handbook 90, 362 (1981).
  • Moderator, Environmental Law Conf., sponsored by Va. St. Bar, Va. Bar Ass\'n, October 5-6, 1979, Williamsburg, Virginia.
  • Address to prelaw society, The Citadel, January 25, 1979, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Panelist, "The General Crisis of Faith in the Late Twentieth Century," October 2, 1978, Wake Forest U. Twentieth Century Challenges to Faith lecture series, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
  • Keynote address, "The Spirited Adolescence of the Clinical Component of Legal Education," September 18, 1978, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Student Appellate Advocacy Conference, Richmond, Virginia, published in 87 F.R.D. 166 (1980).
  • Paper, "Crisis in the Courts: A Response of Legal Education to the Charges of Incompetence in the Defense of Criminal Cases," February 14, 1977, Forsyth County Bar Ass\'n symposium on "Crisis in the Courts," Winston-Salem, North Carolina, published in 24 N.C. Bar 13 (No. 1, 1977), 24 Wake Forest Mag. 6 (No. 4, 1977).
  • Regional, semifinals judge, Philip C. Jessup int\'l l. moot ct. competitions, 1972-date.
  • Prepared students, occasionally delivered oral arguments in 20+ cases (I.B.7.b list supra) before U.S. Ct. of Appeals, Richmond, Virginia; U.S. Navy Ct. of Mil. Rev., U.S. Ct. Mil. Appeals, Washington, D.C. 1973-date.