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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.

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Panama Papers and the Brazil President’s impeachment

Panama Papers and the Brazil President’s impeachment

May 18, 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.
Foreign Policy and the 2016 Presidential Election

Foreign Policy and the 2016 Presidential Election

Apr 19, 2016
Professor Timothy Webster, an international law expert, discusses the impact of foreign policy on the election. He also explains how candidate Donald Trump has already affected international relations in multiple countries.
Panelists for annual conference to be selected by paper competition

Panelists for annual conference to be selected by paper competition

Apr 8, 2016
The Center for Professional Ethics will sponsor a panel on ”Ethics, Art, and International Law“ as part of the Cox Center's annual conference on Friday, September 16, 2016. Speakers for this panel will be selected via a paper competition, with winning entries given a cash award and travel and lodging expenses to participate in the conference. 
CWRU Law Student Aaron Kearney wins best Speaker Award at ICC Moot Court

CWRU Law Student Aaron Kearney wins best Speaker Award at ICC Moot Court

Apr 1, 2016
3L Aaron Kearney beat out dozens of competitors from law schools across North America to win the Best Speaker award at the 2016 International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition held at Pace Law School in New York.
Talking Foreign Policy takes leap to syndication

Talking Foreign Policy takes leap to syndication

Feb 24, 2016
Three stations across the U.S. -- Florida, North Carolina and Texas -- are now rebroadcasting our international law radio show.
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