1 DR. BRADLY J. CONDON Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) Río Hondo No. 1, Colonia Tizapán-San Angel, México, D.F., México , ext. 3428, Citizenship: Canadian Languages: English, French, and Spanish EXPERIENCE Senior Fellow, Tim Fischer Centre for Global Trade and Finance, School of Law, Bond University, Australia, 2002-Present Professor of International Trade Law, ITAM, 1997-Present Director, Centre for North American Business Studies, Simon Fraser University, Articled Student and Lawyer, Bull, Housser and Tupper, Vancouver, Law Clerk to Justices Taggart and Locke, British Columbia Court of Appeal, Instructor, Research, Writing, and Advocacy, McGill Law School, Investigador Nacional Nivel II AWARDS, PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS 2005 Ranked in top 1000 law authors worldwide, Social Science Research Network 2005 Listed in Who s Who in the World 2004 Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Teaching Award 2003 Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Teaching Award 2002, 2003 Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Departmental Research Award 2002 International Applied Business Research Conference, Best Paper Award 2001 Geneva Association Lumina Award for Pioneering Research, Law and Regulation Simon Fraser University, Teaching Honour Roll Award 1991 Alberta Law Foundation Graduate Scholarship 1985 British Columbia Post-Secondary Scholarship 1985 Italian Government Book Prize 1981 French Government Book Prize
2 2 EDUCATION Ph.D., 2004, Bond University (International Trade Law) Thesis: Trade, Environment and Sovereignty: Developing Coherence between WTO Law, International Environmental Law and General International Law Supervisor: Dr. Ross P. Buckley, Executive Director, Tim Fischer Centre for Global Trade and Finance, Faculty of Law, Bond University Examiners: Kenneth W. Abbott, Elizabeth Froehling Horner Professor of Law and Commerce, Northwestern University Jeffrey L. Dunoff, Charles Klein Professor of Law and Government, Temple University Jeffrey Waincymer, Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Law, Monash University LL.M., 1993, University of Calgary (International Trade and Environmental Law) Thesis: Making Environmental Protection Trade Friendly Under the North American Free Trade Agreement Supervisor: Owen Saunders, Director, Canadian Institute of Resources Law Examiners: Professor Al Lucas, Dr. Stephen Randall, Professor Owen Saunders LL.B., 1988, McGill University B.A., 1985, University of British Columbia COURSES CURRENTLY TAUGHT The Law of the World Trade Organization The Law of the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA, WTO and Global Business Strategy International Business Transactions
3 3 PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED BOOKS AIDS in a Globalized World. Economic, Financial, Legal and Political Aspects (Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2006) (with Tapen Sinha) (forthcoming). Environmental Sovereignty and the WTO: Trade Sanctions and International Law (Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers, 2006) (forthcoming). Insurance Regulation in North America: Integrating American, Canadian and Mexican Markets (London and the Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2003) ISBN: (216 pp.) (with Joyce Sadka and Tapen Sinha). Drawing Lines in Sand and Snow: Border Security and North American Economic Integration (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2003) Cloth ISBN: Paper ISBN: (240 pp.) (with Tapen Sinha). Book reviewed in 37 Journal of World Trade (2003), 41:5 Choice (Current Reviews for Academic Libraries) (January 2004), 36 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (Fall 2003), International Journal (Winter ) and 35 American Review of Canadian Studies 160 (2005). NAFTA, WTO and Global Business Strategy: How AIDS, Trade and Terrorism Affect Our Economic Future (Westport: Quorum Books, 2002) ISBN: (248 pp.). Book reviewed in 55 Kyklos (2002) and 77 Australian Law Journal (2003). EBook: CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS Legal Liabilities in a Brave New Cyberworld: Making Electronic Risk Management Work, in E-Business Process Management: Technologies and Solutions (with Tapen Sinha)(forthcoming)(2006). Doing the NAFTA Laundry: Security and Cross-Border Capital Movements, in Karl Froschauer, Nadine Fabbi, and Susan Pell, eds, Convergence and Divergence in North America: Canada and the United States (Burnaby, Canada: Centre for Canadian Studies, SFU)(with Tapen Sinha)(forthcoming).
4 4 El derecho de la Organización Mundial de Comercio en el sistema legal mexicano, in Libro Conmemorativo: 25 años de derecho en el ITAM (forthcoming)(2005). Del Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Estados Unidos y Canadá al Área de Libre Comercio de las Américas. Una visión global en Arturo Oropeza, coord., ALCA: un debate sobre la integración (México: Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, UNAM y Consejo Argentino para la Relaciones Internacionales, 2003), The Twin Security Challenges of AIDS and Terrorism: Implications for flows of trade, capital, people and knowledge, in Ross Buckley, ed., The WTO and the Doha Round: The Changing Face of World Trade (London and the Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2003), Cascadia: Shared Visions and Strategic Alliances in a Cross-Border Region in J. Wilkie and C. Smith, eds., Integrating Cities and Regions: NAFTA Faces Globalization (Los Angeles: UCLA Press, 1996) (with Alan Artibise and Warren Gill). The Impact of NAFTA, the NAAEC, and Constitutional Law on Environmental Policy in Canada and Mexico in S. Randall and H. Konrad, eds., NAFTA in Transition (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1995). Constitutional Law, Trade Policy and Environment: Implications for North American Environmental Policy Implementation in the 1990s in A.R. Riggs and T.Velk, eds., Beyond NAFTA: An Economic, Political and Sociological Perspective (Vancouver: Fraser Institute, 1993). ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS Global Diseases, Global Patents and Differential Treatment in WTO Law: Criteria for Suspending Patent Obligations in Developing Countries, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business (2005) (with Tapen Sinha) (forthcoming). GATT Article XX and Proximity of Interest: Determining the Subject Matter of Paragraphs b and g, 9 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs (2004). Do You Know the Way to San José? Resolving the Problem of Illegal Mexican Migration to the United States, 17 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal (2003) (with Brad McBride). Multilateral Environmental Agreements and the WTO: Is the Sky Really Falling? 9 Tulsa Journal of International and Comparative Law (2002).
5 5 Professional Visas in the NAFTA Region Texas Business Review (October 2002) 4-5. Reprinted in Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation Newsletter Winter 2002 (Volume 19, No. 4) Three s Company: U.S. Borders After September 11 Texas Business Review 1-6 (February 2002) (with Tapen Sinha). Digesting the Regulatory Layer Cake in the North American Insurance Market, Global Reinsurance 64-71, London, Dec. 2001/Jan (with Tapen Sinha). Digesting the Regulatory Layer Cake in the North American Insurance Market: Integrating Trade Agreements in the International Expansion Plans of Insurance and Reinsurance Companies, Études et Dossiers No. 246, Geneva Association Lumina Awards (2001) (with Tapen Sinha). The Mexican Insurance Sector under the Shadow of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 20 Journal of Insurance Regulation (2001) (with Tapen Sinha) (Invited). Smoke and Mirrors: A Comparative Analysis of WTO and NAFTA Provisions Affecting the International Expansion of Insurance Firms in North America 8 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal (2001). An Analysis of an Alliance: NAFTA Trucking and the US Insurance Industry 2 Estey Centre Journal for International Law and Trade Policy (2001) (with Tapen Sinha). Reconciling Trade and Environment: A Legal Analysis of European and North American Approaches 8 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 1-26 (2000). NAFTA at Three-and-One-Half Years: Where Do We Stand and Where Should We Be Headed? A Cross-Cultural Analysis of North American Legal Integration 23 Canada-United States Law Journal (1997). NAFTA and Environment: A Trade-Friendly Approach, 14 Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business (1994). BOOK REVIEWS Paperless Trade: Opportunities, Challenges, and Solutions, By Emmanuel T. Laryea, Book Review, 37 Journal of World Trade (2003).
6 6 PUBLICATIONS IN ACADEMIC MAGAZINES AND NEWSLETTERS Efectos y defectos de la migración, Dirección Estratégica, Año 1, No. 4 (Diciembre- Febrero, 2003). Comercio internacional de servicios, Dirección Estratégica, Año 1, No. 2 (Junio -Agosto, 2002). NAFTA, GATS y la Internacionalización del Mercado Norteamericano de Seguros Escuela de Negocios, Año 3, Vol. 5 (Primavera/Verano de 2001). Todo América? Consecuencias de la Expansión del TLC Escuela de Negocios, Año 1, Vol. 2 (Otoño/Invierno de 1999). La Relación entre el Arbitraje Internacional y la Ley Nacional Escuela de Negocios, Año 1, Vol. 1 (Primavera/Verano de 1999). NAFTA and the Environment, Resources, No. 44 (Fall 1993). CONFERENCE PAPERS AND ADDRESSES Impacto de los Acuerdos Suscritos en el Marco de la OMC en América Latina, Conferencia Magistral, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana, 23 febrero Acceso Igual a Derechos Legales en Tratados Comerciales: Un Reto para Países en Desarrollo, Seminario sobre los Retos de la Integración en el Continente Americano, México, DF, 8-10 noviembre de Doing the NAFTA Laundry: Security and Cross-Border Capital Movements, Convergence and Divergence in North America: Canada and the United States, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, October 29-30, 2004 (with Tapen Sinha). Equal Access to WTO Rights: Substantive Equality for Developing Countries, Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics, Institutions and Economic and Political Behavior (Law and Institutions), Tucson, Arizona, September 30 - October 3, Transportation in NAFTA, Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics, Institutions and Economic and Political Behavior (Law and Institutions), Tucson, Arizona, September 30 -October 3, 2004 (with Tapen Sinha).
7 7 Del Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Estados Unidos y Canadá al Área de Libre Comercio de las Américas. Una visión global, ALCA: Un debate sobre la integración, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, UNAM, Mexico City, February 16, Del Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Estados Unidos y Canadá al Área de Libre Comercio de las Américas. Una visión global, Foro de Participación de la Sociedad Civil Sobre las Negociaciones del ALCA, Puebla, México, February 4, Labor and Professional Mobility in the NAFTA Region, North American Higher Education Collaboration: The Next Decade, Calgary, Canada, October Electronic Risk Management, American Risk and Insurance Association, Montreal, Canada, August, 2002 (with Tapen Sinha). The Implications for Global Business of Terrorism and AIDS, The Changing Face of World Trade: A Colloquium on the Future of the Global Trading System, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, August The Warmth of the North and the Chill of the South: American Borders After September 11, Free Trade in the Western Hemisphere: The Challenges and the Future, Center for the Study of Western Hemispheric Trade, Texas A&M International University, Laredo, Texas, April 2002 (with Tapen Sinha). AIDS, Anthrax, Patents and Political Economy: Implications for Knowledge-Based Industry, International Applied Business Research Conference, Puerto Vallarta, March 2002 (with Tapen Sinha). Mexican Migration Trends in the NAFTA Region: Implications for North American Business and Society, International Applied Business Research Conference, Puerto Vallarta, March 2002 (with Brad McBride). Electronic Risk Management: Tools for the New Millennium, American Risk and Insurance Association Conference, San Diego, January 2002 (with Tapen Sinha). The Baby Boom, the Baby Bust and Free Movement of Labor in the NAFTA Region: Implications for Mexican Business Strategy, Management in the New Millennium: Iberoamerica Looks at the Future, Mexico City, December Liberalising the North American Insurance Market: The Emperor s New Clothes, American Risk and Insurance Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, August 2001 (with Joyce Sadka and Tapen Sinha).
8 8 International Law Affecting Insurance Regulation in the Americas: Implications for Future Business, Business Association of Latin American Studies Conference, San Diego, April 2001 (with Joyce Sadka and Tapen Sinha). Mexican Retailing in Transition: The Strategy Behind a Successful Joint Venture, in Latin America s New Millennium: Reaching El Dorado (New Orleans: Business Association of Latin American Studies, 1999) (with Brad McBride and Carlos Mondragon). The Relationship between International Arbitration and Domestic Law, Trilateral Workshop on International Commercial Negotiation, Mediation, and Arbitration, Acapulco, Mexico, November A Comment on the Multilateral Investment Agreement, 27th Annual Workshop on Commercial and Consumer Law, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October NAFTA at Three-and-One-Half Years: Where Do We Stand and Where Should We Be Headed? A Cross-Cultural Analysis of North American Legal Integration, NAFTA Revisited Conference, Canada-United States Law Institute, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, April NAFTA After Three Years: A Canadian Perspective, Pacific Basin Economic Council Meeting, Mexico City, April NAFTA and the Rule of Law, 7th International Congress of Business Administration, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico, March Hewers of Wood Meet Washington Lawyers: United States Subsidies Law and the Canadian Lumber Industry in Fine Tuning Legal Aspects of NAFTA: A View from the Spokes, B. Condon and S. Lopez- Ayllon, eds. (Vancouver and Mexico City: Council for North American Business Studies and Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, 1996). NAFTA and the Environment, in Business Across Borders (Joint Meeting of the Canadian Bar Association/Commonwealth Law Association), Vancouver, British Columbia, August The Impact of Trade Policy on the Lumber Industry, Meeting of the Canadian Particleboard Association, Vancouver, October Reconciling Trade and Environment: A Legal Analysis of European and North American Approaches, NAFTA-The First Year, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, May 1995.
9 9 Conflicts between Trade Liberalisation and Environmental Protection, International and Development Economics Seminar, Tinbergen Institute, Rotterdam, May Implications of NAFTA on Curricula, International Symposium on the Impact of NAFTA on Education, Universidad Madero, Puebla, Mexico, March NAFTA After One Year: What Have We Got?, Address delivered at the President s Club Meeting, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, March Free Trade in Action: Where have the chips fallen so far?, Native Investment and Trade Association National Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, November NAFTA and Environmental Protection, NAFTA: Its Impact on Development, Human Rights and the Environment, Simon Fraser University, March NAFTA and Environment: A Trade-Friendly Approach, Sustainable Development in the 21 st Century Americas: Alternative Visions of Progress, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, March Economic Development in British Columbia: Challenges and Trends in the 1990s and 21st Century, BC Liberal Party Workshop on Economic Development Policy, Nanaimo, British Columbia, November Trade and Environment in the NAFTA, Meeting of the Learned Societies, Ottawa, Ontario, June Implementando la Politica Ecologica Bajo el Tratado de Libre Comercio: En Busca de Reglamentacion Eficaz Que No Restringe el Comercio Continental, Mesa Redonda sobre Ambiente y Tratado de Libre Comercio: Acuerdos Complementario s, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Instituto de Investigaciones Juridicas, Mexico City, March Environmental Co-operation between Mexico and Canada: Same Goals and Different Means, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Centro de Estudios Mexico-Canada, Mexico City, Canada, Canadian Judicial Council, Topics in Administrative Law (Ottawa, 1989) - Paper presented at the 1989 Conference of Superior Court Judges at Calgary by the Honourable Mr. Justice Taggart of the British Columbia Court of Appeal and the Hon. Mr. Justice Krever of the Ontario Court of Appeal.
10 10 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Ad hoc Reviewer, Global Trade and Finance Series, Kluwer Law International Reviewer, Problemas del Desarrollo, Revista Latinoamericana de Economía, UNAM Member, American Society of International Law, 2002-Present. Arbitrator, Arbitration Centre of Mexico, 1997-Present. Member, Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, Visiting Professor, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico, Master of Ceremonies, Visit of Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo to Vancouver, Adviser, International Business Program, Commonwealth Law Association, Co-ordinator, National Centres of Excellence Competition on Trade, Innovation, Competitiveness and Sustainability Research Network, International Visitor, International Trade, United States Congress, Expert Witness, Special Joint Committee of the Senate and of the House of Commons on Reviewing Canadian Foreign Policy, Advisory Board Member, Council for North American Business Studies, 1993-Present. Board Member, Western Canada, Canadian Foundation for the Americas, Canadian Correspondent, Trilateral Environmental Radio Program, Radio Red (Mexico). Expert Witness, Legislative Assembly of British Columbia Select Standing Committee on Economic Development, Science, Labour, Training and Technology on the subject of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Member, Law Society of British Columbia,