Noted International Prosecutor joins the Case Faculty
Jim Johnson, who served as Chief of Prosecutions at the Special Court for Sierra Leone from 2006-2012, has joined Case Western Reserve's faculty as an adjunct professor. Professor Johnson is also President of the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, New York. He will be co-teaching the War Crimes Research Lab at Case. Since its launch in 2003, students enrolled in the Lab have produced more than 300 research memos on issues assigned by several international criminal tribunals.