Courting Failure: When are International Courts Likely to be Believed by Local Audiences? (with Marko Milanovic)
In Fall 2017, the Carnell Chair sponsored a presentation by Professor Marko Milanovic, Associate Professor in Law at the University of Nottingham, on the factors that determine whether an international criminal tribunal’s factual accounts of mass crimes are believed by local audiences. Professor Milanovic is Vice President and member of the Executive Board of the European Society of International Law, and member of the European Journal of International Law’s Editorial Board, and co-editor of the blog EJIL: Talk! His scholarship has been cited by the European Court of Human Rights, the UK Supreme Court, and the International Law Commission.