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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
- August 29, 2022
Second-year law student Harper Fox traveled to London, England, over the summer for an externship with the International Bar Association.
What was the best part of your experience?
- August 26, 2022
Second-year law student Frankie Collins recently traveled to Athens, Greece, to attend a week-long summer law school program. She shared some reflections from the trip.
What was the purpose of the program?
Following the reasoning of CWRU Amicus Brief, Supreme Court of the United States allows that discovery on detainee abuse might be permitted despite finding state secrets privilege appliesAugust 08, 2022
Last fall, Case Western Reserve University School of Law students Reece Disney and Jessica Foo helped coordinate and draft amicus curiae briefs to the Supreme Court of the United States in a civil case involving efforts to obtain information about the brutal interrogation tactics the United States employed on one of the first alleged high-value
- July 13, 2022
While most of the world is focused on war crimes committed during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the conflict in Yemen continues to be the site of some of the worst atrocities and suffering on the planet. Case Western Reserve University School of Law is playing a unique role in documenting those crimes for eventual prosecution.