Friday, June 18, 2010
Those of you in the Washington, D.C. area may be interested to know that on Monday, June 21, the George Washington University School of Law will be hosting the U.S. State Department's International Law Advisory Committee Meeting. The program will run all day from 9 am to 5:45 pm on the 5th Floor of the Michael K. Young Faculty Conference Center at 2000 H Street, Washington, D.C. Topics will include the recent International Criminal Court Review Conference and Ad Hoc Criminal Tribunals: Stock-Taking and Next Steps, Detention, Targeting, Prosecution and the Law of War: Reactions to Harold Koh's ASIL Speech, Current Topics in International Humanitarian Law: The Flotilla, International Responsibility of International Organizations: ILC Draft Articles, Nonproliferation: START, NPT Review Conference & Nuclear Security Summit, International Agreements vs. Non-Legally-Binding Arrangements: Examining Trends. There will be several speakers from the U.S. State Department, including the Legal Advisor, Harold Hongju Koh, attorneys from the Office of United Nations Affairs, and several academics.