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WATERLOO — The Centre for International Governance Innovation revived its international law program, announcing a search Friday for a director and up to 19 research fellows.
The 10-year initiative is funded with $30 million from the provincial Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, and $30 million from CIGI chair and founder Jim Balsillie.
The program will focus on three areas of international law: intellectual property law; international economic, financial and investment law; and environmental law and treaties. The program will be housed in the south wing of the CIGI Campus, which has sat empty since opening in the fall...