Adam Shayne LLM High Table
A Conversation with The Legal Council of the U.N
Prof Trachtman

Professor Trachtman receives the Serge Lazareff Prize presented by Director of Allied Command Operations Office of Legal Affairs of NATO (GMAP alum Mr. Andres Munoz Mosquera)

Handbook on Forced Migration

Handbook on Forced Migration: Book talk by Karen Jacobsen with Professors Kim Wilson, John Cerone, and Katrina Burgess

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On October 20, Professor Ian Johnstone (left) was pleased to participate in a panel an Security Council reform at the International Law Weekend, the annual conference of the International Law Association and American Bar Association International Law section. He was joined on the panel by (from left to right) Ambassador Juan Manuel Gómez-Robledo, Deputy Permanent Representative of Mexico to the United Nations; Ms. Floriane Lavaud, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP; Ms. Mona Ali Khalil, Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict; and Ambassador Alexander Marschik, Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations.

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Founded in 2017, the mission of the Center for International Law and Governance is to promote sustainable and pragmatic solutions to managing global challenges. Led by international lawyers, the Center leverages the expertise of Fletcher faculty in a variety of disciplines, and brings a new perspective to the study of global governance.

In an era of globalization, we face more collective challenges than ever before. As national and international bodies try to keep pace with an increasingly interconnected world, the Center for International Law and Governance provides multi-dimensional policy advice. At the CILG, Fletcher professors from varied disciplines examine the most pressing issues of international concern, and translate their research into practical advice. Economic relations, security, migration, the environment and technological change are among contemporary challenges that must be dealt with on a global scale. Through the CILG, the Fletcher School engages with policy-makers in order to better understand and act on these complex phenomena.