Case Western Reserve Law launches podcast on Russian war crimes

November 2, 2022

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shocked the conscience of humanity. Daily reports of Russian atrocities appear in the news. Worldwide, the cries for accountability are rising. But are Vladimir Putin and other Russian political and military leaders beyond the reach of international criminal law?

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George Washington Law International and Comparative Law Program launches women in international law speaker series

November 2, 2022

GW LAW — GW Law’s International and Comparative Law Program (ICL) hosted its inaugural Women in International Law Speaker Series. The first speaker was Nassim Fussell, LLM ’11, Partner at Holland & Knight, a globally known expert in the field of international trade law. Rosa Celorio, the Burnett Family Associate Dean and Distinguished Professorial Lecturer

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George Washington Law student bar association calls for the school to condemn Azerbaijan

November 2, 2022

THE GW HATCHET — The Student Bar Association Senate Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution calling on GW Law to suspend all school activities associated with the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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How international attorneys can choose between an LLM and JD programs

October 28, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON — International attorneys considering a law-related career in the United States (or one overseas involving areas of U.S. law) have several options for degree programs. Although most international attorneys ultimately decide between an LL.M. degree or a J.D., it’s important to first understand all law degrees available and the benefits of each.

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University of Houston Law Center director of Global and Graduate Programs Karen Jones participates in Fulbright administrators exchange program

October 27, 2022

UH LAW CENTER — Karen Jones, the University of Houston Law Center’s Executive Director of Global and Graduate Programs, is participating in a two-week seminar in France this October as a Fulbright International Education Administrator award recipient.

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University of Miami Law hosts international arbitration conference

October 27, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW — Miami’s emergence as an international arbitration center is based on developing a sound and multifaceted infrastructure to support international arbitration and the existence of innate qualities that provide it a competitive advantage over other jurisdictions in the region.

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Notre Dame Law LLM students Angella Ngwalo and Angélica Suárez Torres earn international clerkships

October 27, 2022

THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME THE LAW SCHOOL — Two recent graduates of the Notre Dame Law School LL.M. Program in International Human Rights Law are serving as clerks at influential international courts in Africa and Latin America.

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Case Western Reserve Law dean Michael Scharf honored for book on the Syrian conflict

October 19, 2022

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — At a ceremony at International Law Weekend Midwest on Sept. 30, Dean Michael Scharf and his co-authors, Dr. Paul Williams and Professor Milena Sterio, received the Association Internationale De Droit Pénal (AIDP) 2022 Book of the Year Award for “The Syrian Conflict’s Impact on International Law” (Cambridge

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University of Miami Law students and faculty attend climate change conference in Egypt

October 19, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW — Faced with a growing energy crisis, record greenhouse gas concentrations, and increasing extreme weather events, attendees to the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change seek renewed solidarity between countries to deliver on the landmark Paris Agreement for people and the

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Notre Dame Law hosts Uyghur-American lawyer for discussion

October 19, 2022

THE OBSERVER — “People often say history repeats itself, but we allow history to repeat,” Commissioner Nury Turkel said in his conversation with Stephanie Barclay, a professor at the Notre Dame Law School, this Monday. In the talk, Turkel detailed the ongoing genocide against the Uyghur people in China.

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