The 11th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs “Changing Times: New Opportunities For International Justice and Accountability”

The 11th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs “Changing Times: New Opportunities For International Justice and Accountability”

By: Olivia Youn and Emily Brewster We had the honor of attending the 11th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Chautauqua, New York last month. Since the first IHL Dialogs in 2007, these discussions have fostered meaningful conversations on contemporary...
Female Voices at IHL Dialogs in Chautauqua, NY: Katherine B. Fite Would Have Been Proud

Female Voices at IHL Dialogs in Chautauqua, NY: Katherine B. Fite Would Have Been Proud

By: Milena Sterio In my capacity as an academic and representative of Intlawgrrls, I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the 11th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Chautauqua, New York from August 27th-29th.  The Dialogs’ theme for this year was...
Lemberg – Lvov – Lviv: How a City Helped Shape Modern International Criminal Law

Lemberg – Lvov – Lviv: How a City Helped Shape Modern International Criminal Law

By: Megan Reif On Thursday, March 30th, Washington University School of Law and the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute welcomed Philippe Sands to campus as part of the Assembly Series and Public Interest Law and Policy Speaker Series. Prof. Sands gave a special...
70 Years Later: the Tenth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Nuremberg

70 Years Later: the Tenth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Nuremberg

“Let us leave here renewed in our devotion to justice – not just for the people of our own countries, but for the people of all countries.  Let us leave here refreshed in our determination to defend human rights, to protect human liberty, and to uphold human dignity...