Litigating Human Rights Violations: Can the Arab- Israeli Conflict be confronted in US courts

Date 

Add to My Calendar Monday, November 19, 2007

Location 

Maria Lahood is a visiting assistant clinical professor at Northwestern law school's McArthur Justice Center and senior attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights. Maria specializes in International Human Rights litigation, seeking to hold the government officials accountable for torture, extrajudicial killings, and war crimes abroad.

 

Time:

11:50-12:50pm

*Lunch will be served*

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November 16, 2007