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Law’s Violence: International Implications of the Use of Force Against ISIS

Dean Michael Scharf of Case Western Reserve University Law will be at the UO for a presentation on international law as it relates to use of force against ISIS, and its implications at home and abroad. Consider joining the discussion on Wednesday, Feb 01 from 7 – 8:30 pm in EMU 119, Diamond Lake Room!


“Laws Violence: International Implications of the Use of Force Against ISIS”

Join Dean Michael Scharf of Case Western Reserve University Law for a presentation on international law as it relates to use of force against ISIS, and its implications at home and abroad. After the presentation, there will be an opportunity for students to learn more about applying to and/or attending law school.

Michael Scharf is Dean of the Law School, Director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, and host of “Talking Foreign Policy,” a radio program broadcast on WCPN 90.3 FM (Cleveland’s NPR station).A past recipient of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law Alumni Association’s “Distinguished Teacher Award” and Ohio Magazine’s “Excellence in Education Award,” Scharf continues to teach International Law and was ranked as 17th most cited author in the field since 2010 by the Lieter study, issued in June 2016.

This event is FREE and open to all students. Food will be provided!

Please direct questions to UO’s Prelaw Advisor – Kris Katkus: kkatkus@uoregon.edu.



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