ABA’s ICC Project Director Kip Hale gave a talk on the evolution of the international criminal justice movement and the U.S.’s role in it.
Denver, Colorado, Feb. 20, 2014 – The University of Denver Sturm College of Law (DU Law) will welcome Kip Hale, senior counsel at the American Bar Association (ABA) Center for Human Rights and director of the ABA’s International Criminal Court (ICC) Project, to speak on international criminal justice and the United States’ past, present, and future role in the field. Sponsored by DU Law’s International Law Society and Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law, the talk will cover the development of international criminal justice from Nuremberg to Rome, and the US’ influence on the field throughout this evolution.
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The American Bar Association’s (ABA) International Criminal Court (ICC) Project is an independent initiative of the ABA Center for Human Rights that advances international criminal justice and US-ICC relations through advocacy, education and practical legal assistance. More information about the ABA’s ICC Project can be found at its website.