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




Goals for 2014-2015:


1. Continue and regularize publication of Newsletter after inaugural year. Appoint editor;


2. Continue cooperative projects with educational facilities in areas of international criminal law, including Harvard Law School and Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University;


3. Establish Resolutions subcommittee;


4. Continue membership drive




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


Global ImpactNew ABA Global Impact Web pages



Books From Our Committee


    Event of Interest




    International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law’s (ISRCL) ( www.isrcl.org) 24th International Conference

    Join Us


    International Committee Leaders

    Co-Chairs:

    Butuyan, El Cid
    Hodgson, Tyler

    Committee Roster  


    Section Events

    Section Events

      Securities Fraud 2014

      11/13/2014-11/14/2014
      Westin New Orleans Canal Place
      New Orleans

      Securities Fraud 2014

      Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2014

      12/10/2014-12/12/2014
      Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Hotel
      Las Vegas

      Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2014

      Gaming Law Minefield 2015

      02/12/2015-02/13/2015
      Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa
      Henderson

      This program will discuss revolutionary legal, regulators, and ethical issues confronting both commercial and Native American gaming. Attendees will learn about global anti-corruption initiatives, Internet gaming, and the challenges faced by commerical and Native American


    Newsletters and Publications


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