March 5, 2013
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Professor Jordan Paust Discusses Nuremberg Tribunal’s Contribution to Laws of War and International Human Rights Law
The Lori E. Talsky Center for Human Rights of Women and Children at Michigan State University College of Law hosts Professor Jordan J. Paust for a presentation titled “Some Seventy Years after Nuremberg: Laws of War and Human Rights Violations during the Bush–Cheney Era.” The lecture will be held in room 473 at the Law College at noon on Wednesday, March 13, 2013. The event is free and open to the public.
Paust is the Mike and Teresa Baker Law Center Professor of International Law at the University of Houston Law Center. One of the most-cited legal scholars in the United States, Professor Paust has authored numerous books and published more than 185 pieces in prominent law journals. He is one of the leading experts on international human rights and international humanitarian law, including the judgment of the Nuremberg Tribunal.