The Center for International and Comparative Law and the Kenan Institute for Ethics in association with the Law & History Society, International Law Society, ICCSN, Human Rights Law Society, and BLSA invite all students to join, from The Hague, Judge Patrick Robinson of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (President, 2008-2011). Judge Robinson will discuss the role of the ICTY and international criminal courts in the pursuit of justice and reconciliation. He will also reflect on his extensive career in international law, having chaired the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and served on the Sixth Legal Committee of the UN General Assembly for 26 years. Judge Robinson will welcome and encourage questions from the audience.
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