American Bar Association
Criminal Justice Section: International Committee

Criminal Justice Section:
International Committee

About Us

          Studies developments in international criminal law, particularly as they affect the practice of law; explores methods of international cooperation through agreements and legislation; and works on projects with the ABA Section of International Law and Practice. The committee also monitors developments in international criminal tribunals, including the International Criminal Court, the international criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda, and the Special Court for Sierra Leone.

News & Announcements


To consider and develop a webinar addressing trafficking, transnational organized crime or modern day pirate attacks. The committee will also review past committee newsletters and plan for issuing future issues.

The International Committee has launched its first Newsletter (Spring 2014).

Global ImpactNew ABA Global Impact Web pages

Events of Interest

ABA London Sessions: June 15-16, London, UK

International White Collar Crime Institute: Oct. 12-13, London, UK

Global White Collar Crime Institute: Nov. 19-20, Shanghai, China

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International Committee Leaders


Hodgson, Tyler

Committee Roster  

Section Events

Section Events

    Key Issues in SEC Enforcement


    The event will be held on 10/28/2016. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Criminal Justice Section. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

    Ninth Annual CJS Fall Institute

    Loews Madison Hotel

    The CLE program is free but you must register in advance to attend. Awards Luncheon tickets must be purchased. They are $75 per ticket. Please click on the register now button and you will be given the option to ADD-ON a ticket. Ninth Annual CJS Fall Institute November ...

    First Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Mock Trial Institute

    Texas Southern University

    Value Pass subscribers save 25% on Institute registration! Use code VPINST at time of purchase. As the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities Exchange Commission have increased their scrutiny of transnational business activities, and are actively coordinating with the foreign counterparts, ...

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