News & Events
Reflections from the International Criminal Court Prosecutor
August 29, 2012: Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor, International Criminal Court
Case International Law Program Ranked 11th
The Case Western Reserve University School of Law international law program ranked 11th in the 2012 U.S. News & World Report Specialty Area Rankings.
Cleveland Magazine Profiles Prof. Scharf
Prof. Scharf and the Case Western Reserve University War Crimes Research Office were profiled in Erick Trickey, "Crime Fighters," Cleveland Magazine, June 2012.
Prof. Colares Publishes Article on EU
Prof. Colares' article "The Reality of EU-Conformity Review in France," will be published in the Columbia Journal of European Law in Fall 2012.
Prof. Kocan Leads USDA Grant
Prof. David Kocan is leading a grant project awarded by the USDA, with six student fellows, to compile a comprehensive report on Bankruptcy and Agricultural issues. The report will be used by the USDA in support of the Agency's efforts as a member of the U.S.-Canadian Regulatory Cooperation Council, established by the Canadian Prime Minister and the U.S. President.
Prof. Scharf Participates in Law & Diplomacy Meeting
Prof. Scharf participated in a meeting of the Task Force on Law and Diplomacy at the Academie Diplomatique Internationale in Paris, France, June 6-8, 2012.
Acting Dean Michael Scharf appears on C-SPAN 2 to discuss his book
Acting Dean Michael Scharf's recent talk at the Cleveland City Club about his new book, "Customary International Law in Times of Fundamental Change" was broadcast nationally on C-SPAN2 Book TV on Dec. 21 and 30, 2013. It is available for viewing here.
Moral & Legal Issues Relating to the Modern Law of Armed Conflict
January 28, 2013: Yishai Beer, Professor and Dean, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya; Radzyner School of Law, Israel. Part of the Institute for Global Security Law & Policy Official Corruption & National Security Lecture Series. Co-sponsored by Weatherhead School of Management.
Observations from the Former State Department Legal Advisor
Harold Hongju Koh
Sterling Professor of International Law, Yale University School of Law
Judicial Use of Fear in Terrorism Cases
Prof. Avidan Cover speaks at The City Club of Cleveland, 8:30-9:30 AM.
Granito: Taking it to the World
International Movie Night, 6-9 PM. Panel discussion follows.
Eroding the Foundations of International Humanitarian Law: The United States Post-9/11
Colonel (retired) Morris Davis
Assistant Professor, Howard University School of Law
Associated Press provides extensive coverage of Prof. Scharf’s push for a Syrian War Crimes Court
Resistance & Rights: Civil Society and the Surprising Resilience of the Rule of Law after 9/11
September 11, 2012: Prof. David Cole, Georgetown Law Center
A Conversation with the Chief Prosecutor of United States Military Commissions
Brigadier General, Mark Martins
Chief Prosecutor for the United States
Are We Better Off Than We Were Four Years Ago? Assessing Security & Civil Liberties
September 28, 2012: Maj. James Lisher, USAF; Michael Lebowitz, JAG; Brian Mizer, JAG
End Game! An International Conference on Combating Piracy
Luncheon Speech - Romeo Dallaire
Presidential Power, Foreign Affairs, and the 2012 Election
Featuring Prof. Jack Goldsmith, Harvard Law School.
An Introduction to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and Court
Judge James Carr
Senior United States District Judge in the United States District Court
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Toledo College of Law
Professor Webster testifies before Congress regarding WTO - China
Professor Timothy Webster, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of East Asian Legal Studies at Case Western Reserve University School of Law testified before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China. In discussing ongoing Chinese implementation disputes with the World Trade Organization, he summarized China's track record and offered suggestions on how the U.S. may more effectively respond to China's implementation challenges. "China has become an increasingly sophisticated WTO litigant and now more willing to use DSB (Dispute Settlement Body) procedures to minimize the effects of adverse rulings," Webster said during his testimony. "Once decisions have been rendered, China is not necessarily willing to implement those decisions as quickly as we might like."