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Robert Stumberg is Professor of Law and Director, Harrison Institute for Public Law, Georgetown University Law Center. The Harrison Institute is a legal service and education program of Georgetown Law. Robert’s past positions include policy director at the Center for Policy Alternatives and legislative counsel for Montgomery County, MD. He has 40 years of experience in human rights, procurement, international trade and investment, climate adaptation, community food systems, economic development, and housing policy. His recent publications include Turning a Blind Eye? Respecting Human Rights in Government Purchasing (International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, 2015), Safeguards for Tobacco Control, 39 Am. J. Law & Med. 382 (2013); and The WTO, Services and the Environment, in Handbook on Trade and the Environment (2008). BA with honors, Macalester College; JD, Georgetown University; LLM Georgetown University.