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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. 

Legacy of President Obama’s foreign affairs discussed during national conference

Jan 22, 2016
Two dozen of the country’s leading international law experts discussed the legacy of the Obama Administration in foreign affairs at our Cox Center’s 25th Anniversary Conference last fall. 
Piracy book launch set for Nov. 6

Piracy book launch set for Nov. 6

Oct 23, 2015
A book launch and reception for Prosecuting Maritime Piracy: Domestic Solutions to International Crimes, recently published by Cambridge University Press, will be held in New York on November 6. Case Western Reserve Law Dean Michael Scharf, Director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, is among the book's editors. He convened a high-level working group devoted to addressing modern maritime piracy.  

New human rights law journal debuts

Oct 16, 2015
Edited by Professor Brian Gran, the mission of Societies Without Borders is to make scholarly analysis of human rights accessible to a wide audience. 
No day is typical for this alumnus on a small island nation

No day is typical for this alumnus on a small island nation

Oct 16, 2015
David O’Brien ‘11 is Senate Legal Counsel of Palau, a small island nation where lawyers are scarce. 
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