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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
- January 24, 2022
The School of Law at Case Western Reserve University has received a $158,000 grant from the U.S.-Russia Foundation to run the Visiting Russian Law Student Program.
- December 28, 2021
The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague invited Case Western Reserve University School of Law Dean Michael Scharf and his colleagues at the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG) to submit an amicus brief on the application of the insanity defense in the case of The Prosecutor v. Dominic Ongwen.
- December 22, 2021
Case Western Reserve University School of Law has dozens of law alumni occupying prominent positions in government agencies, international organizations, NGOs, corporations and law firms around the world.
Alumni Spotlight: Christopher Rassi, Director of the Office of the Secretary General for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent SocietiesDecember 10, 2021
When an international crisis hits, Christopher Rassi (CWR ’00; GRS ’00, political science; MGT ’03; LAW ’03) likely is in the thick of it.
- 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.