The Coordinating Council of the International Union of Lawyers has accepted new members, well-known and world-famous scientists from the USA and Greece.
The Coordinating Council of the International Union of Lawyers unanimously voted in favor of the new members, professor of the Willamette University (USA, Oregon) Nafziger James, professor of the University of Athens (Greece) Panagiotopoulos Dimitrios, professor of the Syracuse University (USA, NY) Wolohan John. Professor Nafziger is a very famous scientist in the world and the USA. He worked at the UN, director of the Center for Scientific Research at the Academy of International Law in Hague, head of the American Association of Comparative Law, taught at universities in Spain, Italy and other countries. He currently teaches at the National University of Mexico and East China University of Politics and Law, he is also Vice President of the International Association of International Law, Secretary General of the American Association of International Law, and Advisor to the US Department of State. Professor Panagiotopoulos, a well-known public figure and politician in Greece, Attorney at Law in Supreme Court and Council of State of Greece, often speaks to the media with a critical assessment of the political situation in the country. He is also the President of the International Association of Sports Law, an expert on sports law in the European Union, and the author of more than 300 scientific papers. Professor Wolohan has been engaged in scientific research in the field of law for more than 25 years, teaching at universities in the UK, Australia, China, South Africa and other countries, the author of more than one thousand scientific papers and works. He is also Attorney at Law at the Massachusetts Bar Association (USA). Professors Nafziger and Wolohan are the leaders of the Standing Commission on International Cooperation of our Union (Chairman of the Commission Anatoly Peskov). Chairman of the International Union of Lawyers A. Trebkov congratulates the new members of the Coordinating Council on their election and their new high public status.