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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
- September 24, 2021
Case Western Reserve University School of Law is the only law school with a foreign relations talk radio show.
- September 14, 2021
Case Western Reserve University School of Law third-year student Kathryn Meyer was selected to receive the Ms. JD 2021 Public Interest Scholarship, which provides a stipend to students as they pursue careers in public interest law. Ms.
- September 09, 2021
Case Western Reserve University School of Law students Natalie Aguilar and Lucas Allison prepared and submitted a complaint to the United Nations (UN) Working Group on Arbitrary Detention and other UN Special Rapporteurs concerning the unlawful detention of a Chinese Uyghur doctor.
- September 07, 2021
On Wednesday, Sept. 8, the 55th anniversary of the broadcast of the first Star Trek episode, CWRU Law School Co-Dean Michael Scharf discussed current controversial issues in international law by comparing them to the interstellar law encountered by Captain Picard and the intrepid crew of the Enterprise.
CWRU Law Students File Amicus Brief Urging Supreme Court to Prevent U.S. From Keeping Secret Post-9/11 CIA Torture Program DetailsAugust 27, 2021
Case Western Reserve University School of Law students Reece Disney and Jessica Foo helped coordinate and draft amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) briefs to the United States Supreme Court 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-