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9 May 2012, 7:23 pm
Among the many speakers and moderators were these: IntLawGrrls' editor emerita  Beth Van Schaack (below right), since March 2012 the Deputy to Stephen J. [read post]
9 May 2012, 5:54 am
He prepared the report as an observer for the National Institute of Military Justice – a role that IntLawGrrls Beth Van Schaack, Beth Hillman, and yours truly, along with other NIMJ board members, also have filled [read post]
5 May 2012, 8:35 pm
  But did want to share Dave's excellent account of what transpired yesterday, compiled as an observer for the National Institute of Military Justice – a role that IntLawGrrls Beth Van Schaack, Beth Hillman, and yours truly, along with other NIMJ board members, have fulfilled in the past. [read post]
17 Mar 2017, 8:00 am by Benjamin Haas
Furthermore, as Beth Van Schaack explains in Just Security, the Rome Statute’s drafting history indicates that an explicit prohibition of chemical weapons was intentionally excluded from the treaty, and the provision that the drafters envisioned might eventually cover chemical weapons has so far not been activated. [read post]
15 Sep 2011, 6:43 pm
Doty, Charles Jalloh, and IntLawGrrl Beth Van Schaack, and of which I (Meg Zimmerman, below right) am delighted to serve as Newsletter Editor, has released the Summer Issue of Accountability (previous posts regarding the group are here). [read post]
1 Jun 2010, 3:51 pm
As detailed in the superb series that IntLawGrrl Beth Van Schaack launched last year, among the key action items that the ICC Assembly of State Parties will take up at Kampala are, 1st, whether to define the "crime of aggression" enumerated in Article 5 of the ICC Statute and, 2d, whether to make that definition operational, thus authorizing the ICC to punish individuals found guilty of the offense.Supporters of international criminal justice have divided on these… [read post]
13 Mar 2010, 8:49 am by Bridget Crawford
Wald The International Criminal Law Review invites submissions for its 2010 special issue entitled “Women and International Criminal Law,” to be guest-edited by Diane Marie Amann, University of California, Davis, School of Law; Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Temple University Beasley School of Law; and Beth Van Schaack, University of Santa Clara School of Law. [read post]
3 Jul 2014, 7:15 am by Peter Margulies
  (See Harold Koh’s memo here, as well as Beth Van Schaack’s excellent paper and Ashley Deeks’s post.) [read post]
13 Dec 2011, 4:32 pm
She was forced to create a rule that each delegation was limited to only two representatives, so that all States Parties could actively participate in the elections of judges in the afternoon.Since IntLawGrrl Beth Van Schaack already posted the specifics of each vote, I will confine my comments to noting that, with the election yesterday of a judge from the Philippines (Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago) and Trinidad and Tobago (Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona), four slots… [read post]
13 Jan 2019, 11:34 am by Diane Marie Amann
Wald, for which I served as a co-editor along with Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Beth Van Schaack, and Kathleen A. [read post]
6 Aug 2015, 4:56 pm by Diane Marie Amann
(photo credit) Introducing her will be IntLawGrrl Beth Van Schaack, whose titles include Leah Kaplan Visiting Professor in Human Rights, Stanford Law School, and Senior Adviser, Office of Global Criminal Justice, U.S. [read post]
3 May 2011, 12:00 pm
(IntLawGrrl Diane Marie Amann also discussed these data in her post on bin Laden's death; Beth Van Schaack's legal analysis is here.)Let it not be forgotten that Osama bin Laden was not just a nemesis of the US, but with his advocacy of mass murder and extreme repression, was an enemy of all humankind – hostis humani generis. [read post]
13 Sep 2010, 8:58 am
(The negotiations leading to the Kampala package, now open for states’ ratification, are aptly detailed in IntLawGrrl Beth Van Schaack's new paper, on which she recently posted.)For the official U.S. perspective, Dialogs participants turned to one of their own – former international prosecutor Stephen J. [read post]
8 Mar 2017, 9:09 am by Milena Sterio
  In addition, many excellent panels featuring exceptional speakers took place, including a Plenary Panel on Strategies to Promote Women’s Participation in Shaping International Law and Policy amid the Global Emergence of Antiglobalism, which featured Professor Beth Van Schaack as moderator and Professors Mary Dudziak, Jaya Ramji-Nogales, and Catherine Powell, Lucinda Low (President of the American Society of International Law), and Patricia Wald, former Judge… [read post]
13 May 2011, 10:28 pm
Earlier this school year, Beth Van Schaack (left) was appointed to the Advisory Council on International Law of the U.S. [read post]
11 Jan 2012, 6:05 am
(Beth Van Schaack – IntLawGrrl editor on location – has written several excellent posts about the upcoming military trial of Abd al-Rahim al Nashiri, scheduled to begin at the end of this month; Editor Diane Marie Amann's in-the-field account of December 2008 hearings is here.)For the scores of men who will not get a military trial, the Supreme Court in the 2008 Boumediene case promised they would be able to challenge their detentions through habeas corpus hearings,… [read post]
13 Dec 2009, 2:15 am
In a recent paper for a panel on the ICC and complementarity at a symposium on the future of international criminal justice at Santa Clara School of Law -- moderated by Santa Clara Law Professor and IntLawGrrl Beth Van Schaack -- I focused on the issue of cases already adjudicated in national courts and the impact of the ne bis in idem principle on complementarity. [read post]
10 May 2011, 4:00 am
(Prior posts on this issue, by IntLawGrrls Naomi Norberg, Siobhán Mullaly, and Beth Van Schaack, are here, here, here, and here.)This was a sad day, not only for freedom of religion but for equality. [read post]
27 Jul 2017, 11:24 am by Richard Herz
In an earlier post, Beth Van Schaack demonstrated that the 2nd Circuit drew the wrong lessons from Nuremberg; the Allies recognized that corporations can violate international law. [read post]