Human Rights

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Friday Keynote: Seen and not Heard

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Amy Porges

Sandie Okoro concluded the Annual Meeting program for Friday, April 14 with her stirring keynote address, “Seen and Not Heard”.  This report summarizes the keynote which is now

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Should the ICC Privilege Global or Local Justice Goals?

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Ahmad Shah Katawazai

The panel of speakers included Professor Margaret M. deGuzman, who is a professor of criminal law, international criminal law, and transitional justice at Temple University School of Law.

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The Inter-American Human Rights System: The Latest Jurisprudential Advances and Setbacks

Author: 
Charles Bjork

Thomas Antkowiak, a member of the faculty at Seattle University School of Law, served as the moderator.  Members of the panel included Bernard Duhaime, Professor o

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Military Intervention by Consent

Author: 
Rachel E. VanLandingham

This engaging and terrific session examined international law governing military intervention/use of force by consent and was ably moderated by Naz Modirzadeh, Harvard Law School Program on Interna

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Balancing Rights and Obligations of States and Investors

Author: 
Pei-Lun Tsai
The session was co-sponsored by four interest groups: International Courts and Tribunals, Dispute Resolution, Human Rights, and International Economic Law.
 
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Late Breaking Session: Missile Strikes Against Syria

Author: 
Rachel E. VanLandingham

Moderator Catherine Powell, Fordham University School of Law

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2017 ASIL Certificates of Merit Recipients

Author: 
Gabriela Femenia

The Society annually bestows three book award

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Does International Law Value Regionalism in Criminal Law Enforcement?

Author: 
Junteng Zheng

The panel was moderated by Erika de Wet, and speakers included James Gathii, Vincent O. Nmehielle, and Alexandrea Huneeus. 

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Spreading Justice: International Criminal Tribunals and National Legal Systems

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Kristina J. Alayan

This program was organized by the International Legal Research Interest Group and discussed the role and impact of international criminal tribunals on domestic and international legal systems.

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19th Grotius Lecture -- Civil War Time: From Grotius to the Global War on Terror

Author: 
Gabriela Femenia