6 - 19 June 2021, Salzburg Faculty
20 June - 3 July 2021 Salzburg Faculty
Please note that places in the Salzburg II session are limited, and admission requires the completion of at least one prior residential session in Salzburg, Shanghai, or Warsaw or two online courses.
Professor David Zarski Project Finance Professor Zarski is a member of Schuyler Roche Crisham in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to managing $25-billion-plus transactions, he has served as counsel to a wholly owned bank subsidiary of a major retailer in a public offering of a credit card receivable securitization exceeding $1-billion. He has served as principal structuring counsel to the United States branch of a large global bank and its associated commercial paper conduits in various transactions. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from DePaul University and is a member of the Illinois Bar.
Professor Joseph Hetrick Crossborder Litigation Professor Hetrick is a former partner at Dechert LLP. He defended Philip Morris in tobacco litigation and represented Baxter Healthcare in mass tort litigation throughout the world. He was part of Dechert’s national defense team representing GlaxoSmithKline in the Baycol litigation and worked in the Paxil litigation in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He played a central role in litigation related to a painkiller for Merck & Co. and served as trial counsel for Wyeth in the fen-phen litigation and dealt with product liability matters for West Pharmaceutical, York International Corporation, Stryker Corporation, and Airgas, Inc. He holds a law degree from Temple University and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar.
Faculty and courses to be determined
6 - 19 June 2021, Salzburg Faculty
Project Finance - Professor Julia Sullivan is a former partner with Akin Gump Hauer & Feld where she specialized in matters involving mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and project finance. She holds Juris Doctor from American University School of Law and an LL.M. from Lazarski University. She is a former partner at Sidley Austin law firm and has served as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
Legal Ethics and Compliance - Professor John Erlick is a judge at the Superior Court in Seattle, Washington. He is a graduate of Harvard University, and he holds a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University. He is the Dean of the Washington State Judicial College and is a member of the Washington State Commission on Judicial Conduct. He is an Adjunct Professor of Legal Ethics at Seattle University School of Law.