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The Frederick K. Cox International Law Center was established in 1991 through a multimillion-dollar endowment from the George Gund Foundation. The Cox Center serves as the hub of the law school's international law program, which includes The Canada-U.S. Law Institute, Institute for Global Security, Law and Policy, Henry T. King, Jr. War Crimes Research Office, Yemen Accountability Project and Talking Foreign Policy.
Recent News From the Center
- October 11, 2021
In 1990, just as Case Western Reserve University School of Law was establishing its Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, Professor Lewis Katz approached then-Dean Peter Gerhart with a plan: a graduate legal studies program that would bring approximately 15 international students to Cleveland.
- October 04, 2021
Trade Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law is more than a course taught by one of the nation’s leading experts. It’s more than the preeminent Trade Law Fall Update, the practitioner-focused conference held annually at the Law School. And it’s more than the opportunity for funded externships at the U.S.
David Abbott and Jan Roller Receive Law School's Humanitarian Award; Abbott Named CWRU Law School's First Dean's Distinguished Jurist in ResidenceSeptember 27, 2021
As he retires as president of the George Gund Foundation at the end of the year, David Abbott will step into a new role in 2022 as the inaugural Distinguished Jurist in Residence at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
- September 24, 2021
Case Western Reserve University School of Law is the only law school with a foreign relations talk radio show.
- September 24, 2021
A new book by Professor Juscelino Colares, Restructuring Trade Agreements, has been published by Wolters Kluwer. Using the European Union-Turkey trade relationship as a primary case study, the book provides a practical framework for identifying trade agreements that are ripe for renegotiation and discusses how such renegotiations might