School of Law professor Scharf presents at The Hague and in Israel

Michael Scharf, School of Law professor and director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, spent time abroad in June, first speaking on a panel at the joint American Bar Association and Israeli Bar Association Conference in Eilat, Israel, on “Fighting Terror and the Rule of Law—Constitutional and International Challenges.”

Additionally, he traveled to The Hague, Netherlands, where he gave a workshop to the members of the Office of the Prosecutor of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon; a public lecture titled “The definition of Terrorism and the STL’s Appellate Judgment” at the TMC Asser Institute, sponsored by the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism; and a public lecture, “Universal Jurisdiction and the Crime of Terrorism.”