07 Jun When in Rome . . .
Like Roger, I’m teaching abroad this summer, spending June in Rome as part of Temple Law’s Summer in Rome Program (I’m joined by my fellow blogger, Dave Hoffman of Concurring Opinions, whose the photographer of record for this trip). We’ve got almost 80 students from around the United States in the program, taking classes such as International Dispute Resolution, EU Law, International Human Rights Litigation, and my own course—International Environmental Law. Given all that Rome has to offer, my blogging may be a bit light over the coming weeks. For now, I thought I’d pass along a photo of the medieval hill town Todi we visited this past weekend, and ask Opinio Juris readers an international law trivia question.
A couple of my students (obviously aspiring international law savants) have asked me where in Rome the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court was physically signed, so they can go there. I have a guess (listed after the jump), but would love to hear from those readers who have first hand knowledge or can confirm the signing details.