2013 Program Director, Summer in Uganda Program
Professor of Law
Co-Director, Global Center for Business and Development
Director, Legal Infrastructure and International Justice Institute
B.A., University of Illinois
J.D., University of Utah
- Taught International Criminal Law in the Southwestern Law School summer program, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, June 2011.
- Organizer and moderator, Symposium, The Impact and Implementation of Human Rights Norms, Pacific McGeorge School of Law, March 2011.
- Coached Pace/ICLN International Criminal Court Moot Court Team in regional competition at Pace University, New York (January 2011), and in final competition in The Hague, The Netherlands (April 2011).
- Supervised student research on pretrial detention issues under the laws of Vietnam and Uganda for International Bridges to Justice, Spring Semester 2011.
- Panelist, Defence at International Criminal Tribunals, International Bar Association conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, October 2010.
- Panelist, The International Criminal Court in 2021, conference on International Law in 2021, Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, California, February 2011.
- Taught International Criminal Procedure in the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) Master of Laws in International Crime and Justice, Turin, Italy, March 2011.
- Taught American criminal procedure in the Masters II program at the l'Université Paul Cézanne, Aix-en-Provence, France, November-December 2010.
- Co-Director (with Richard Goldstone), Brandeis Institute for International Judges, Towards an International Rule of Law, Salzburg, Austria, July 2010.
- GLOBAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (Thomson/West 2011) (with C. Blakesley and P. Henning).
- The Challenge of "Firsts" in International Criminal Justice: First courts, First Judges, and Issues of First Impression, essay included in Eboe-Osuji (ed.), PROTECTING HUMANITY: ESSAYS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY IN HONOUR OF NAVANETHEM PILLAY (Martinus Nijhoff 2010).
Upcoming Publications and Activities
- UNDERSTANDING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT LAW (3rd edition, LexisNexis forthcoming 2012) (with E. Kreitzberg and S. Howe).
- Torture and the War on Terror: The Need for Consistent Definitions and Remedies, Journal of National Security Law and Policy (forthcoming 2011).
- The International Criminal Court in 2021, Southwestern Law School Journal of International Law (forthcoming 2011).
- INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: THE INTERFACE OF CIVIL LAW AND COMMON LAW LEGAL SYSTEMS (Edward Elgar publishers, forthcoming 2012) (with F. Pocar, eds.)
- Global Issues In Criminal Procedure (with Christopher Blakesley & Peter Henning, West Group2011).
- Symposium, The International Criminal Court in 2010, 18 Sw. J. Int'l Law 199 (2011).
- Le développement de la procedure pénale internationale: Le défi d’un mélange entre les systémes de droit romano-germanique et de la common law [Developing International Criminal Procedure: The Challenge of Blending Civil and Common Law Legal Systems] available here.
- The Challenge of ‘Firsts’ in International Criminal Justice: First Courts, First Judges, and Issues of First Impression, in Protecting Humanity: Essays in International Law and Policy in Honour of Navanethem Pillay (Chile Eboe-Osuji ed.; Martinus Nijhoff 2010).
- The Importance of Understanding Criminal Justice Principles in the Context of International Criminal Procedure: The Case of Admitting Evidence on Appeal, in Liber Fausto Pocar: Individual Rights and International Justice (Gabreilla Venturini & Stefania Bariatti eds., 2009).
- Symposium, The Principle of Complementarity and the International Criminal Court: The Role of Ne Bis in Idem, 8 Santa Clara J. Int’l L. 165 (2010).
- Clemency in California Capital Cases,14 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 37 (2009) (with Mary-Beth Moylan).
- Understanding Capital Punishment Law (with Ellen Kreitzberg, LexisNexis 2004).
- Understanding Capital Punishment Law (with Ellen Kreitzberg & Scott W. Howe, LexisNexis 2008).
- Justice and Reconciliation on Trial: Gacaca Proceedings in Rwanda,14 New Eng. J. Int’l & Comp. L. 41 (2007).
- Global Issues In Criminal Law (with Christopher Blakesley & Peter Henning, Thomson/West 2007).
- Innocent of a Capital Crime: Parallels Between Innocence of a Crime and Innocence of the Death Penalty, 42 Tulsa L. Rev. 437 (2006) (with Ellen Kreitzberg).
- Report Regarding the Pacific McGeorge Workshop on Globalizing the Law School Curriculum, 19 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 267 (2006) (with Franklin A. Gevurtz et al).
- Lessons from Avena: The Inadequacy of Clemency and Judicial Proceedings for Violations of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, 15 Duke J. Comp. & Int’l L. 259 (2005).
Courses: Criminal Procedure, Criminal Appellate Advocacy Clinic, International Criminal Law