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Mark DrumblEmail: email@example.com
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Mark Drumbl is Associate Professor of Law and Ethan Allen Faculty Fellow at Washington and Lee University School of Law. B.A. 1989, McGill University; M.A. 1991, Institut d'ťtudes politiques de Paris/McGill University; J.D. 1994, University of Toronto, summa cum laude; LL.M. 1998, J.S.D. 2002, Columbia University; University of Toronto Fac. Law Review; Associate Editor, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law.
Assistant Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University, 2002-2004; Associate Professor of Law (with tenure), 2004-; Ethan Allen Faculty Fellow, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006; Visiting Fellow, University College, Oxford University (Michaelmas Term 2005); Visiting Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University, School of Law (September 2005); Visiting Scholar, Trinity College, University of Dublin (May 2006). Prior appointments include Adjunct Assistant Professor and Associate-in- Law, Columbia University School of Law; Assistant Professor of Law, University of Arkansas--Little Rock; Visiting Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University (2001).
Research and teaching interests include international law, global environmental governance, contracts, transitional justice, criminal law, comparative law, and law and development; he is currently working on a book that explores punishment for perpetrators of mass atrocity trans-systemically across various international, national, and local legal orders. Professor Drumblís scholarship has appeared in the NYU, Michigan, Northwestern, Tulane, and North Carolina law reviews, a number of peer-review journals, including Human Rights Quarterly, with shorter review pieces in the American Journal of International Law and Columbia Journal of Transnational Law. He also has authored chapters in edited volumes and participated in numerous symposia. In 2005 his work received the AALS Scholarly Papers Prize and in 2003 the International Association of Penal Law (U.S. Section) Best Article Prize.
Prior to entering law teaching, Professor Drumbl was judicial clerk to Justice Frank Iacobucci of the Supreme Court of Canada. His practice experience includes international arbitration, commercial litigation, and he was appointed co-counsel for the Canadian Chief-of-Defense-Staff before the Royal Commission investigating military wrongdoing in the UN Somalia Mission. Professor Drumbl has served as an expert in litigation in the U.S. federal courts, as defense counsel in the Rwandan genocide trials, and has taught international law in Pakistan.