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Local to Global Workshop – Featuring UH Law Center’s Julián Cárdenas

Thursday, August 20, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm


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Thursday, August 20, 2020
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
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World Affairs Council of Greater Houston

About Local to Global

Local to Global is a networking opportunity for early career professionals in the Greater Houston area, aged 21 to 40, who are interested in furthering their understanding of international events and issues as well as expanding their global connections.

Local to Global events are informal and emphasize discussion and dialogue in a community of like-minded early career professionals. As a global city, Houston is the ideal location to develop international contacts and network with other young professionals across the region.

International Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer your time and expertise with international nonprofit organizations such as IEDA Relief – an international nonprofit organization that works to establish a stable environment and implements sustainable solutions that help people in need to become self-sufficient – and Yazda – a multi-national Yazidi global organization established in the aftermath of the Yazidi Genocide in 2014, to support the Yazidi ethno-religious minority and other vulnerable groups.

About The Speaker

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Professor Julián Cárdenas Garcia joined the University of Houston Law Center as an Energy Scholar affiliated to the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Center, focusing on transnational petroleum law and arbitration. He has also taught at Universities in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, and France. At the EENR Center, he is the coordinator of the “Inter-American Hydrocarbons Regulators Dialogue,” an initiative to create a nexus between national hydrocarbons agencies, the private sector, and the academia.

Before joining the EENR Center, he worked as a foreign legal clerk at the Arbitration Department of Dewey & Leboeuf in Paris, and also served as a career diplomat for the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He holds a law degree and a B.A. in International Relations, a Master of Laws in Arbitration and a Diplôme Superieur d’Université in Business Law.