Frederick K. Cox International Law Center

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Scharf quoted in NYT about latest International Criminal Court development

Jan 5, 2015
Interim Dean and Cox International Law Center Director Michael Scharf discussed the ramifications of the Palestinians’ decision to join the International Criminal Court in a Jan. 1 article in the New York Times. 

Seselj’s release must be viewed in the context of his trial, Scharf says

Dec 3, 2014
In a Q&A article with the International Justice Tribune, Interim Dean and Frederick K. Cox International Law Center Director Michael Scharf discusses the recent decision of the former Yugoslavia’s International Criminal Tribunal to release Serbian politician Vojislav Seselj.

New war crimes app unveiled at Case Western Reserve

Nov 25, 2014
Dr. Mark Ellis, Executive Director of the International Bar Association, revealed “eyeWitness,” an app that allows citizen observers to record and report atrocities from their cell phones. His talk is available via webcast. 

International money laundering paper among top five SSRN downloads of all time

Nov 24, 2014
Case Western Reserve Law Professor Richard Gordon’s paper, “Moving Money: International Financial Flows, Taxes, & Money Laundering,” co-authored with Andrew P. Morriss, climbed to the top five SSRN downloads of all time.

National committee recognizes Webster for China scholarship

Nov 24, 2014
The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations selected Timothy Webster, Case Western Reserve Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the East Asian Legal Studies program, in the Fourth Cohort of its Public Intellectuals Program (PIP).
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