Today’s Event on the Hague Service and Evidence Conventions

Readers, today is the day for Service of Process and Taking Evidence Abroad: The Impact of “Electronic Means” on the Operation of the Hague Conventions, which is being held at Georgetown. I am a participant on the first of several panels and thus will not be reporting live on the first panel discussion for obvious reasons. I may, though, comment on the opening remarks by the dean and by Christophe Bernasconi, which will take place before the first panel, beginning probably at about 9 a.m. EST (UTC -5).

But once my panel is done, I will try to post periodic updates via this liveblog, so please check back in throughout the day. I expect we will have some great discussions to report.

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