Robert C. Power
is Professor of Law at Widener's Harrisburg campus. Professor Power received an A.B. from Brown University in 1972, and a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law in 1975, where he served as a member of the Northwestern Law Review. Professor Power joined the faculty at Widener as Professor of Law and has served in that capacity since 1990, serving as Vice Dean for the campus from 2001 through 2004 and Dean of Faculty Research and Development from 2009 to 2011. From 2007 to 2009, he was the H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law. In Spring 1993, Professor Power was Visiting Professor of Law at Pace University, in 1999-2000, he was Visiting Professor of Law at Michigan State University, and in Summer 2007, he was Visiting Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law. He is admitted to practice in New York, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. He teaches and writes in the areas of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, and Professional Responsibility.Christine D. Allie
is an Assistant Professor of Law at Widener’s Delaware campus. Before teaching, she consulted on international tax and trade matters for multinational corporations and also served as the Senior Law Clerk to Judge Thomas J. Aquilino at the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York City. She completed her primary law degree at the University of Washington School of Law, holds an LL.M. from The University of Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland, and is a candidate for the Doctor of Juridical Science, Taxation degree at the University of Florida. During her legal studies at the University of Washington, she served as the Comparative Federalism Program Fellow to the Institut d’Etudes européennes at the Université libre de Bruxelles in Belgium and was a stagiaire at Van Bael & Bellis, an EU competition, trade and regulatory law firm. She teaches and writes in the areas of federal taxation, comparative international taxation, and international trade law.
Michael J. Hahn
is a Professor and holder of the Chair of European Law at University of Lausanne, where he also served as Director of the LL.M. Programme in International and European Economic and Commercial Law. He has also taught at universities in Germany, Chile, Peru, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. He earned academic degrees at Oberlandesgericht Frankfurt a.M, including his first law degree, an LL.M. at the University of Michigan Law School, and a Doctor of Laws from the University of Heidelberg.
Andreas R. Ziegler
studied economics, international relations and law at the Universities of St. Gallen, Switzerland (BA, MA, BLaw, MLaw, PhD), Madrid (Escuela Diplomatica), Paris (SciencesPo), Florence (LL.M, European University Institute), Oxford and London (SOAS). He was a civil servant working for several Swiss Ministries in Berne as well as the EFTA Secretariat in Geneva and the European Commission in Brussels before being appointed full professor of law at the University of Lausanne in 2003. He currently is the Director of its LLM Program in International and European Economic and Commercial Law. He has represented clients in arbitral proceedings (UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules) and before the Swiss Federal Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights and is counsel with a law firm specialized in economic and business law (Blum & Grob Attorneys-at-law, Zurich). He is on the permanent roster of panelists of the WTO and ICSID.Andrea Bonomi
is the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Law and Criminal Justice and Professor of Comparative Law and Private International Law at the University of Lausanne. He received his LL.B at the University of Padua; Ph.D at the University of Innsbruck in Comparative Law; and his second Ph.D at the University of Bologna in Private International Law. He has served as a visiting professor at the Graduate Institute of Geneva, at the University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) and at the University of São Paulo (USP) and as a Lecturer at the Universities of Geneva, Neuchâtel, Zurich, Madrid, Trieste, Verona, Zurich. He has also taught Special Courses on International Successions at the Hague Academy of International Law (2007) and at the Cursos de derecho internacional in Vitoria-Gasteiz (2010). He was formerly the staff legal adviser at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (1993-2002), he is a member of the Swiss delegation at the Hague Conference of Private International Law, Chair of the Commission II of the Diplomatic Conference on the International Recovery of Maintenance, and Rapporteur of the Hague Protocole on the Law Applicable to Maintenance Obligations of 23 November 2007. Professor Bonomi is the author and editor of several books and articles on private international law and comparative law topics.