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Pacific McGeorge Global Center Co-Directors Professor Omar Dajani and Professor Jarrod Wong.

McGeorge Global Center Co-Directors Professor Omar Dajani and Professor Jarrod Wong.

Dajani and Wong Appointed as Global Center Directors

May 15, 2014

Tags: Global Center, Faculty & Scholarship, 2014, News

Professors Omar Dajani and Jarrod Wong were appointed to serve as co-directors of McGeorge's Global Center for Business & Development on May 15, 2014.  

Dajani and Wong will build upon the success of the Global Center's previous co-directors, Distinguished Professors Frank Gevurtz and Linda Carter. Carter and Gevurtz worked hard to consolidate McGeorge's reputation as a leader in the field, as reflected in the law school's consistent ranking in the nation's top international law programs by U.S. News & World Report, including being 15th in in the 2015 Best Graduate Schools guide. Their initiatives include the inspired Global Issues book series created and edited by Gevurtz, the International Jurist lecture series, groundbreaking workshops on intercultural legal competence, the expansion of internship opportunities for students through the world, and symposia that have developed and showcased the breadth and depth of McGeorge's engagement with global law.  Dajani and Wong look forward to continuing this tradition of excellence.

Professor Omar Dajani joined McGeorge's faculty in 2004.  A leading expert on the legal aspects of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, his scholarship explores the intersection of international law, transnational conflict, and legal history. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and Yale Law School.  

Professor Jarrod Wong joined McGeorge's faculty in 2007.  He was educated and trained at major legal institutions in both the U.S. and Europe, and has centered his scholarship on issues in international dispute resolution. Professor Wong holds various law degrees, graduating with first class honors from the University of Cambridge, Order of the Coif from University of California, Berkeley, and from the University of Chicago.