Professor Drumbl Lectures in Australia, London

Mark Drumbl, Class of 1975 Alumni Professor of Law and Director of the Transnational Law Institute, instructed an intensive class at Monash University, School of Law, in Melbourne Australia at the end of August 2016 entitled ‘Victims, law and mass atrocity’. While in Australia he gave a lecture at the Griffith Law School in Brisbane … Continue reading Professor Drumbl Lectures in Australia, London

Prof. Drumbl Participates in Online Symposium at Opinio Juris

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl, director of the Transnational Law Institute, participated in an online symposium hosted by the blog Opinio Juris and the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics. The symposium focuses on a recent paper titled The (Re)collection of Memory After Mass Atrocity and the Dilemma for Transnational Justice, by Drexel law … Continue reading Prof. Drumbl Participates in Online Symposium at Opinio Juris

Professor Drumbl Lectures on Child Soldiers, Delayed Justice

In late April, Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl gave a lecture at the University of Cologne entitled "Thinking Twice About Child Soldiers," which addressed a number of arguments made in a CNN op/ed and also a blog post. In May, he taught a course on public international law held at Herstmonceaux Castle, in southern England … Continue reading Professor Drumbl Lectures on Child Soldiers, Delayed Justice

Professor Mark Drumbl speaks in Colombia with Lawyers without Borders

Washington and Lee Law professor Mark Drumbl recently traveled to Colombia with the organization, Lawyers without Borders.  Professor Drumbl shares his account of his visit below.   At the invitation of a not-for-profit group called Lawyers Without Borders, I spent several days in Bogotá, Colombia, in mid-February.  They are engaged in important work that explores … Continue reading Professor Mark Drumbl speaks in Colombia with Lawyers without Borders

Professor Drumbl teaches at University of Ottawa

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl joined the University of Ottawa faculty in January as a visiting professor.  During the University's January term Professor Drumbl taught an intensive course titled Mass Atrocity and International Law. Professor Drumbl also lectured at the University of Ottawa on January 13, 2015.  The program, "Stepping Outside Nuremberg's Halo: … Continue reading Professor Drumbl teaches at University of Ottawa

Prof. Mark Drumbl Contributes to Online Symposium

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl recently contributed to the online symposium Greenwalt's International Criminal Law for Retributivists.  The online symposium is hosted by James G. Stewart of the University of British Columbia Law Faculty at http://jamesgstewart.com.   The symposium discusses Sasha Greenwalt's recent article, International Criminal Law for Retributivists.  Professor Drumbl is joined by the article's author, Adil Haque, Rob Sloane and Meg … Continue reading Prof. Mark Drumbl Contributes to Online Symposium

Prof. Mark Drumbl Speaks at Post-Conflict Justice Conference at The Hague

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl will participate at a conference this week at The Hague, the Netherlands.  The conference, "Impact and Effectiveness of the International Criminal Court", will be held on December 11-12, 2014.   It is sponsored by the Hague Institute for Global Justice and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies. … Continue reading Prof. Mark Drumbl Speaks at Post-Conflict Justice Conference at The Hague