The project, an open-sourced student initiative to document and map war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Yemeni Civil War, will provide prosecutors in a future tribunal a trial package to help and guide an efficient investigation and prosecution of the responsible parties.
Professor Jonathan Adler co-authored an opinion piece for The New York Times
regarding the legality of the decision issued on Friday night by a federal judge in Texas that strikes down the entire Affordable Care Act.
Four law school faculty and staff recently traveled to five cities in Asia to meet with students and alumni, develop new partnerships and present research. The law school boasts over 400 alumni throughout Asia.
The Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG), a Washington, D.C.-based firm, issued a report on Dec. 3, based on interviews of 1,100 survivors.
Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Moot Court Team made it to the Final Round of the Regional Competition, earning a berth in Nationals in New York City in January.
CWRU teams take second and fourth place out of 20 teams at the first national competition of 2018-19.