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Professor Webster discusses Chinese steel trade during WVIZ interview

Professor Webster discusses Chinese steel trade during WVIZ interview

Apr 26, 2017
Webster examines the historical context and trade implications of President Trump's recent order to investigate the United States' capacity to ramp up steel production during a national security emergency.
Webcasts from the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Nuremberg now available

Webcasts from the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Nuremberg now available

Feb 20, 2017
To mark the 70th anniversary of the closing of the International Military Tribunal, the 10th annual International Humanitarian Law Dialogs took place in Nuremberg, Germany last September. Videos from the event are now available online. 
Moot Court team wins top seed, numerous awards

Moot Court team wins top seed, numerous awards

Feb 13, 2017
Our Jessup International Law Moot Court team won the top seed and the Best Brief Award during a competition Feb 11-12 in Chicago. Two team members also took home individual awards.
Students file amicus brief with U.S. Supreme Court in 9/11 detainee abuse case

Students file amicus brief with U.S. Supreme Court in 9/11 detainee abuse case

Jan 9, 2017
Law students Seth Garfinkel, Rohmah Javed, Sam Levine and Kevin Vogel’s brief was submitted to the court ahead of January 18 oral arguments in a high profile civil case against former senior U.S. officials and prison wardens.
Students in CWRU’s immigration practicum play significant role in path-breaking Ohio Supreme Court decision on rights of foreign citizens

Students in CWRU’s immigration practicum play significant role in path-breaking Ohio Supreme Court decision on rights of foreign citizens

Dec 14, 2016
With help from an amicus brief filed by CWRU law students, Joseph Burke ’90 successfully argued a case before the Supreme Court of Ohio that could set a precedent for future immigration cases across the nation.
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