Wayne Law panel discussion on Arab reform movements draws good response
DETROIT — More than 60 students and members of the community attended a Friday, Sept. 6, panel discussion on “The Future of Reform Movements in the Arab World” at Wayne State University Law School. The evening event, moderated by Professor Gregory Fox, director of the law school’s Program for International Legal Studies, featured three prominent analysts of Middle East politics: Professor Haider Hamoudi of the University of Pittsburgh Law School, Professor Tarek Masoud of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and Professor Mark Tessler of the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan.
From left, professors Tarek Masoud, Haider Hamoudi, Gregory Fox and Mark Tessler pose for a photo together in front of Wayne State University Law School’s Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.
Wayne State University Law School third-year students Joshua Aprile, left, and Eric Shovein enjoy the commentary by a panel of experts speaking about Arab reform movements during a Friday, Sept. 6, event presented by Wayne Law’s Program for International Legal Studies.
Professor Tarek Masoud makes a point during a lively panel discussion Friday, Sept. 6, at Wayne State University Law School on the future of Arab political reform movements.