On February 12, the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review (IICLR) hosted its annual symposium at Indiana University’s McKinney School of Law, focusing on current trends in international criminal law. Professor Bartram Brown delivered the keynote address for this year’s main topic—“Is 2015 the Beginning of the End for the ICC and Guantanamo Bay, or a Turning Point for the Law and Practice of International Criminal Law?”
Click here for a full schedule of the symposium, which featured panels on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and on U.S. military commissions at Guantanamo Bay.
According to its website, IICLR “is a student-edited law Journal devoted to the study and analysis of current international legal issues and events. Published continuously since 1991, the Review provides a specialized and unique format for students to take broad legal topics and shed an international and/or comparative light onto them.” The scholarship presented at the symposium is later published in a special symposium issue of the IICLR.