Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum, director of Cardozo's Human Rights and Atrocity Prevention Clinic, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about the importance of a good clinical experience in law school for aspiring human rights lawyers.
Visiting professor and international law scholar Gabor Rona was published on Opinio Juris, an academic blog spanning 70+ countries.
Rona's post is part of the "Punishing Atrocities Symposium" series, which includes works from leading academics examining the tensions in current international law. Rona explores the rights of the individual in post-World War II international law.
"The internationalization of criminal law, as distinct from the criminalization of international law, refers to migration of the substance of domestic criminal law into the realm of the international," Rona writes. "Together, these phenomena reflect a blossoming of the rights and responsibilities of individuals (victims and perpetrators, respectively) in international law."
Read the full post here: "Punishing Atrocities Symposium: Thoughts on the Arc of the Universe and International Justice."