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Professor Webster selected as one of the top 15 Japanese Legal Scholars by the Mansfield Foundation

Professor Webster selected as one of the top 15 Japanese Legal Scholars by the Mansfield Foundation

Apr 19, 2019
Professor Timothy Webster, the law school’s director of Asian Studies, was one of 15 scholars selected for the Mansfield Foundation’s 2019-2021 cohort of the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future. The network identifies American scholars and professionals who can further develop U.S.-Japan relations, inform the American public about Japan and East Asia, and contribute to policy debates.
USA Today publishes Cox Center Co-Director Juscelino Colares’ op-ed arguing for the appointment of Stephen Moore to the Federal Reserve

USA Today publishes Cox Center Co-Director Juscelino Colares’ op-ed arguing for the appointment of Stephen Moore to the Federal Reserve

Apr 16, 2019
In his op-ed, Professor Colares argues that Moore's supply-side views would be a welcome addition to the deliberations of the Federal Open Market Committee, which sets interest rate policy.
Professor Colares reappointed to serve on the U.S. Roster of NAFTA Chapter 19

Professor Colares reappointed to serve on the U.S. Roster of NAFTA Chapter 19

Apr 8, 2019
In April 2019, Professor Juscelino Colares was appointed for a third time by the U.S. Trade Representative to serve on the U.S. Roster of NAFTA Chapter 19 (Bi-national Trade Panelists).  The Panel includes 30 of the country's most distinguished experts in international trade law.
Dean Scharf discusses legality of Humanitarian Intervention in recent article and video

Dean Scharf discusses legality of Humanitarian Intervention in recent article and video

Mar 11, 2019
In our latest “Faculty View from CWRU,” Dean Michael Scharf discusses how the April 2018 US/UK/French airstrikes on Syria’s chemical weapons facilities have changed the international law of humanitarian intervention.
Dean Scharf featured on United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law

Dean Scharf featured on United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law

Feb 19, 2019
In 2018, Dean Michael Scharf was invited to the United Nations to tape a lecture for the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law about his theory of Accelerated Formation of Customary International Law, which was the subject of his book "Customary International Law in Times of Fundamental Change." The 34-minute segment has just been released in video and audio format.
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