20 March 2019

The Trump Administration and International Law Lecture

The lecture will address how the Trump Administration, and reactions to it, have challenged the foundations of modern international law.

Students in a lecture theatre at the University of Sheffield

Tuesday 14th May 2019

5.15 - 6.30pm
The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 3

The Sheffield Centre for International and European Law will host The Trump Administration and International Law Lecture by Professor Harold Koh from Yale Law School.

Everyone is welcome to attend and there is no need to register.

Professor Harold Koh

International Law Professor at Yale Law School since 1985; Dean Yale Law School 2004-09; Legal Adviser US Dept of State 2009-13; Assistant Secretary of State Democracy Human Rights and Labor, 1998-2001; Honorary Fellow, Magdalen College Oxford; Council of American Law Institute and Fellow of American Philosophical Society and American Academy of Arts & Sciences; 17 honorary degrees; author or co-author of 8 books and 200 articles; Recipient of Louis B. Sohn Award from American Bar Association and Wolfgang Friedmann Award from Columbia Law School for lifetime achievement in international law.

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