PROFESSOR HAROLD KOH: Our second panel begins with Gary Horlick, a graduate of Dartmouth, Cambridge University, and this law school. He worked at the Ford Foundation in Latin America, and then in private practice before becoming international trade counsel to the Senate Finance Committee. He then served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Import Administration, and is currently a partner at the law firm of O'Melveny and Myers in Washington, D.C. Mr. Horlick lectures on International Trade at Georgetown Law Center. He taught the international trade course at Yale Law School for several years and played an integral part in developing interest in international trade here. He is also the world's greatest fanatic about Pepe's pizza.
Horlick, Gary N.; Bello, Judith Hippler; Askey, Thelma; and Rivers, Richard R.
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