All are invited to attend the Global Justice Summit guest speaker sessions at noon on January 31 and February 1. Participation in the Summit or attendance at workshops is not required. • January 31: Heinz Klug, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Research and Director, Global Legal Studies Center at the University of Wisconsin School of Law will discuss democracy, institutional pluralism and the role of constructive ambiguity in constitutional negotiation and design. Please RSVP here. • February 1: Professor Jorg Fedtke of Tulane University School of Law will discuss decentralization/federalism issues in constitution drafting, using Iraq as a current example. Please RSVP here.The third annual Global Justice Summit is a participatory, experiential workshop for the drafting of a constitution and study of deliberative democracy processes.