Michael Scharf presents on fraud and piracy abroad; publishes international law article

Michael Scharf, the John Deaver Drinko-Baker & Hostetler Professor of Law and director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, participated in the World Legal Forum’s Expert Meeting, A Self-Regulatory Initiative to Facilitate International Standardization and Dispute Resolution for Multinational Enterprises,” at The Hague, Netherlands, on Dec. 7. On Dec. 8, Scharf delivered the opening address at the International Criminal Law Network’s Conference on Prevention of International Fraud and Corruption, at The Hague, Netherlands.

Then, Dec. 10-14, he led the delegation from the High Level Piracy Working Group in meetings with the Attorney General and Chief Justice of the Seychelle Islands to provide assistance with piracy prosecutions.

Additionally, Scharf’s law review article, “The International Court of Justice’s Treatment of Circumstantial Evidence and Adverse Inferences,” was accepted for publication in Chicago Journal of International Law.