Sterio Presents at Chautauqua on Somali Piracy and at Case Law School on the Use of Drones in the War on Terror

C|M|LAW Professor Milena Sterio participated in the 7th annual International Humanitarian Law Dialogs in Chautauqua, New York, on August 27-28. Professor Sterio participated in a student-oriented session on Somali piracy issues, along with Professor Michael Scharf of Case Western Reserve University Law School and Judge Duncan Gaswaga of the Supreme Court of the Seychelles, the venue of several (successful) piracy prosecutions.

Professor Sterioalso  participated in the Frederic K. Cox Center annual symposium entitled “Presidential Power, Foreign Affairs, and the 2012 Election,” at Case Law School, on September 7th.  At that event, she participated in a Roundtable entitled “Rendition and Targeted Killings of Americans.” Her conference remarks will be published in a paper entitled “The United States’ Use of Drones in the War on Terror: The (Il)legality of Targeted Killings Under International Law” in the Case Western Journal of International Law.

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