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Summer law program at Harvard or NYU

Trials is a residential scholarship program that helps talented and motivated undergraduates of modest means earn acceptance at the nation’s leading law schools. The aim is to promote diversity in the field of law by reinforcing the skills and focusing the goals of college students whose backgrounds are underrepresented in the legal profession. Continue reading

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Legal Advisor on Saddam Hussein Trial to Speak

Obama Transition Team Member to speak on the US and the International Criminal Court

“The United States and the International Criminal Court:
Precedents and Prospects”

Prof.  Michael A. Newton
Vanderbilt University School of Law

Friday, January 16, 2009, 9-10am
103 Instructional Center

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to join a discussion by Professor Michael Newton, Vanderbilt University School of Law on “The United States and the International Criminal Court: Precedents and Prospects.”  Prof. Newton is currently serving on a Task Force for the American Society of International Law advising the Obama transition team on US policy towards the International Criminal Court.  He is the co-author of Enemy of the State: The Trial and Execution of Saddam Hussein (2008 ) and over fifty articles, editorials, and book chapters on post conflict accountability and conduct of hostilities.  Prof. Newton helped write the rules of the Iraqi High Tribunal that prosecuted Saddam. Continue reading

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UGA Law School Representative

An admissions representative from UGA School of Law will speak to the Judicial Process class on Tue. at 4:30 in DM Smith room 304. Everyone is welcome even if you’re not taking the class.

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