Frederick K. Cox International Law Center

Our international law program makes global experiences possible for every student. Our students work on real international law issues for real clients, ranging from assisting asylum seekers to suppressing global corruption, from combatting maritime piracy to prosecuting war crimes.


Dean Michael Scharf among most cited professors in international law

Nov 14, 2016
Dean Michael Scharf was among the 20 most cited law professors in international law during 2010-2014, according to the 2015 Sisk study finding, which were published in Brian Leiter’s Law School Reports on June 1, 2016. 

Winners announced in paper competition

Sep 14, 2016
The Center for Professional Ethics congratulates the winners and honorable mentions in its recent paper competition. The center is sponsoring a panel as part of the Cox Center's "The Art of International Law" conference this Friday. 
Panama Papers and the Brazil President’s impeachment

Panama Papers and the Brazil President’s impeachment

Jun 16, 2016
The Presidential corruption scandal in Brazil and the Panama Papers, a leak of 11 million files from one of the world’s largest offshore law firms, are two of the most pressing issues in international law this spring. In this video series, Professors Richard Gordon and Juscelino Colares share their expertise.
CWRU Law alumni prepare for China, their third U.S. Embassy post

CWRU Law alumni prepare for China, their third U.S. Embassy post

Jun 14, 2016
Chelan and Robert Bliss, both graduates of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, see transformation of Cuba first-hand during last three years in Havana. Their next stop? China.

Professor Gordon’s article on international money laundering exceeds 1,500 downloads

May 31, 2016
Professor Richard Gordon’s article, “Moving Money: International Financial Flows, Taxes & Money Laundering,” has been downloaded 1,556 as of June 1.  Few articles in SSRN ever get that kind of attention.  
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