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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
Undaunted by the coronavirus, Case Global centers and institutes launch student summer projects to replace canceled international law internshipsApril 20, 2020Law firms, government agencies, international organizations and non-governmental organizations are either moving to a remote internship experience or canceling internships for the summer of 2020 altogether. In response to the disruption, the leaders of CWRU’s Case Global program worked together to create an alternative arrangement for students who lost their summer placements, inviting them to work remotely for the summer as research fellows for one of the law school's Case Global centers, institutes and affiliated organizations.
- April 13, 2020Case Western Reserve University School of Law Professor Juscelino Colares has been re-appointed for the sixth time to serve on the U.S. Roster of NAFTA Chapter 19 Trade arbitrators. Colares is the Schott-van den Eynden professor of business law and co-director of the law school’s Cox International Law Center.
- March 29, 2020
The CWRU International Criminal Court Moot Court team competed in the America round of the world-wide competition on March 14 and 15 - the first ICC competition to be held entirely online with video oral arguments due to restrictions related to the coronavirus.
Second-year international law student publishes white paper on U.S. responsibility for war crimes in El Salvador civil warMarch 02, 2020
Last summer, second-year law student Kristina Aiad-Toss spent two months in El Salvador interning for International Partners in Mission (IPM), a non-profit that engages in community development projects abroad to help women and children in 66 countries.
- February 10, 2020
Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Jessup International Law Moot Court Team went undefeated over the weekend in the Chicago Regional Competition held Feb. 7-9, 2020. The team went 4-0 and was the top seed out of 24 law schools after the preliminary rounds.