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Southern California International Law Scholars (SCILS) is a group composed of international law academics and scholars, based mostly in law schools but also in departments of political science and international relations. The group meets once each year in a workshop devoted to the discussion of four or five works (articles and book chapters) that are nearly ready for publication. The Committee consists of Wayne Sandholtz, USC School of International Relations, Hannah Garry, USC Gould School of Law, Jessica Peake, UCLA School of Law, Kal Raustiala, UCLA School of Law and Chris Whytock, UCI School of Law This year's paper presentations, to be hosted at USC Gould School of Law, are as follows: Marcel Prieto, USC Gould School of Law, "War and Coercion"; Ezgi Yildiz, California State University Long Beach, and Umut Yüksel, Geneva Graduate Institute, "Detecting Complexity and its Effects over Time: Evidence from the Field of Maritime Delimitation"; Natalie Bryce, Leslie Johns, and Máximo Langer, UCLA, "Universal Jurisdiction: From Punishment to Protection?"; and Ji Li, UC Irvine School of Law, "Superpower Rivalry and the Global Compliance Dilemma."
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