Calendar of Events
The following list of events has been confirmed. Dates, times, and locations of events will be announced as quickly as possible. Please check the Law Daily/Weekly and the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute’s website for updates.
Sunday, August 26-
Tuesday, August 28
7th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs
“The Long Hot Summer after the Arab Spring”
The Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY
Friday, September 19-
Sunday, September 21
Thursday, September 26
"Challenges of Global Governance"
(Council on Foreign Relations Academic Conference Call)
11:00 AM in Seigle Hall, Detjen Seminar Room (No. 108)
Speaker: Stewart M. Patrick, Senior Fellow and Director of the
International Institutions and Global Governance Program,
Council on Foreign Relations
Background Reading: Global Governance Report Card, and
The Internationalist Blog
Wednesday, October 30
2013 World Peace Through Law Lecture: H.E. Sir Christopher Greenwood
World Peace through Law: the Role of the International Court of Justice
Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom, Anheuser-Busch Hall, Washington University School of Law
Co-sponsored by Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series (PILPSS)
Tuesday, November 5
"Srebrenica's Legacies of Loss and Remembrance"
6:00 PM in Umrath Hall
Speaker: Sarah Wagner
To view Biographies of Past Holocaust Memorial Lecture Speakers, click here.
Wednesday, November 6
Wednesday, November 6
Roundtable on "Srebrenica's Legacies of Loss and Remembrance"
5:00 - 6:00 PM DUC 248
Monday, November 18
Seeds of Hope: Can the Women of Congo Dare to Dream of Peace and Justice?
by Fiona Lloyd-Davies
12:00 PM, Anheuser-Busch Hall, Cullenbine Classroom, (No. 305)
Presented by the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute and the Pulitzer Center, more...
Monday, February 24
William C. Jones Lecture: Professor Madeline Zelin
Dean Lung Professor of Chinese Studies; Professor of History,
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Department of History,
Friday, May 16-
Saturday, May 17
Expert Meeting on "Fulfilling the Dictates of Public Conscience:
Moving Foward with a Convention on Crimes Against Humanity"
Villa Moynier, Geneva, Switzerland (invitation only)
(In partnership with the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights)
- Harris Institute Speaker Series: Professor Raj Bhala [more]
- Third Annual Workshop on International and Comparative Law
- William C. Jones Lecture Series: Tae-Ung Baik [more]
- Panel on Conceptualizing a New Institutional Framework for International Taxation [more]
- Harris Institute Speaker Series: Robert Petit [more]
- 6th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs [more]
- Harris Institute Speaker Series: Ambassador Louis Susman [more]
- Harris Institute Speaker Series: The Honorable Kim Post [more]
- Film Screening of Blood in the Mobile [more]
- The International Criminal Court at 10 [more]
- Immigration Law and Family Reunification: A Comparative Perspective [more]
- William C. Jones Lecture presents Judge Xue - International Criminal Court [more]
- Conversation with J.D. Stier from the Enough! Project [more]
- Live Seminar: “Countries in Upheaval: Developing a Protection Network in Situations Short of Armed Conflict” [more]
- 5th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs - "Widespread and Systematic!" Crimes Against Humanity in the Shadow of Modern International Criminal Law" [more]
- 2011 World Peace Through Law Award Recipient: Fatou Bensouda, Deputy Prosecutor, International Criminal Court [more]
- Dr. Andreas Schloenhardt Lecture - “Be Careful What You Pay For: Trafficking in Persons in Australia".
- Public Lecture by Andrew Cayley - "Prosecuting Mass Atrocities at the ECCC".
- Panel Discussion on Litigating International Human Rights Violations - Speakers: Mr. Steven Schneebaum, Prof. Leila Sadat, and Prof. Melissa Waters.
- Faculty Colloquium on International Law and Theory [more]
- International Graduate Student Conference - "Creating Healthy Opportunities for Healthcare Management in a Global Context" [more]
- Rebecca Hamilton - "Sudan Divided: What Next for the People of Africa's Newest Country?" [more]
- International Criminal Justice Day
- 4th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs - "Reflections on Crimes Against Peace: Aggression in the 21st Century" [more]
- IHL/Red Cross Students as Teachers Enrollment/Training [more]
- Arsalan Iftikhar - "Islamic Pacifism" [more]
- Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting Presentation - "Downstream: Untold Stories on Water, Sanitation and Wetlands" [more]
- Harris Institute Debate Series - "Are U.S. Drone Attacks in 'The War on Terror' Lawful? Do They Make for Sound Foreign Policy?" [more]
- Dawn Johnsen, Indiana Law School - "Reflections on Promoting Liberty and the Rule of Law" [more]