Emerging Issues in International Humanitarian Law at Santa Clara

by Kenneth Anderson

The cool place for international law this weekend will be Santa Clara Law School, out in Silicon Valley, whose Santa Clara Journal of International Law is hosting a conference on “Emerging Issues in International Humanitarian Law.” The eminent IHL scholar Louise Doswald-Beck will be the keynote speaker, and the panels hit on key issues looking into the future – my Washington College of Law colleague Richard Wilson on the collision of IHL and IHRL; Mark Drumbl on child soldiers; Dina Francesca Haynes on women in the post conflict process; a panel on emerging autonomous weapons, and much more.  The full schedule is here; this looks to be a great conference, and thanks and congratulations to Santa Clara law school for putting it on. (Update: And congratulations and thanks to Santa Clara for a wonderful conference!)

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