Professor Sterio Presents at ASIL Research Forum; Serves as Peer Reviewer for International Journal for Human Rights

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented at the American Society of International Law Research Forum in Washington, D.C. on October 24.  Professor Sterio presented on a panel entitled “International Law as a Shield,” and her paper was entitled “Humanitarian Intervention ‘Exception and its Applicability to the Refugee Crisis in Iraq and Syria.”  The other panelists included Victoria Stweart-Jolley from Cambridge University, Shiri Krebs from Stanford University, and Karima Bennoune from UC Davis School of Law as a discussant.  Professor Sterio’s paper had been selected from a competitive call for papers.

In addition, Professor Sterio completed a peer review for The International Journal for Human Rights, a United Kingdom-based peer reviewed journal published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis.  Professor Sterio reviewed an article discussing self-determination under international law in the context of Crimea and the Donetsk and Luhansk regions in Ukraine.

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One Response to Professor Sterio Presents at ASIL Research Forum; Serves as Peer Reviewer for International Journal for Human Rights

  1. Christopher L Sagers says:

    And might I add just another little factoid:

    Did people know that Milena will be running in the New York City Marathon next week?

    Go Milena!

    CLS

    ______________________________________ Christopher L. Sagers James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law Cleveland State University 2121 Euclid Ave., LB 138 Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 687-2319 Visit my pages on SSRN and the Huffington Post

    MY EMAIL ADDRESS HAS CHANGED: IT IS NOW c.sagers@csuohio.edu. THANKS!

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