Thursday, February 21, 2013
Dr. Tomer Broude, a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, met this morning in Chicago with professors from The John Marshall Law School to discuss Transitional Justice and its role in mitigating conflict. He presented a paper that critically examined the potential capacity of courts to serve as fora for historical reconciliation and transitional justice in the particular context of Israel and Palestine, with extended discussions of situations in Chile, South Africa, Rwanda, and the former Yugoslavia.
Pictured here are:
- Ralph Ruebner, Associate Dean of The John Marshall Law School (Chicago)
- Ronald Z. Domsky, Professor of Law at The John Marshall Law School and a Director of the Chicago Chapter of the American Friends of Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Dr. Tomer Broude, Sylvan M. Cohen Chair in Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Judith S. Schenkman, Executive Director, American Friends of Hebrew University
Mark E. Wojcik (mew)