jump to navigation

what is international law? September 28, 2016

Posted by Bradley in : um , add a comment

I gave an orientation talk to our LLM students on this topic and have written up my notes: What is International Law?.

um iclr article cited in the financial times September 14, 2016

Posted by Bradley in : um , add a comment

An article in the FT by Hudson Lockett, China extends tariff on EU potato starch imports refers to an article published in our International and Comparative Law Review (which is about the celebrate its 25th anniversary) by Adam Soliman.

um alumna appointed to german constitutional court May 23, 2014

Posted by Bradley in : um , add a comment

Doris König, an alumna of the Law School, recently President of the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, has just been appointed to a 12 year term as Justice on the German Constitutional Court.

facebook not required December 4, 2012

Posted by Bradley in : um , add a comment

To vote in the Capital One Mascot Challenge (for Sebastian the Ibis).

um and haiti January 23, 2010

Posted by Bradley in : um , comments closed

This week there are some very real reasons to be proud to be associated with UM, described in Donna Shalala’s most recent letter to the community about UM’s efforts to help with the recent tragedy in Haiti. For example:

Led by Dr. Barth Green, chair and professor of neurological surgery, our immediate response efforts have focused on our team of Miller School of Medicine experts who arrived in Haiti less than 24 hours after the quake hit. Physicians and nurses from the University and Jackson Memorial Medical Center were some of the first responders to begin treating hundreds of earthquake victims. Since January 13, more than 100 UM doctors, nurses, and other personnel have traveled to Haiti. Working with limited supplies and in crude facilities, they have fought against the clock to save lives, provide compassionate care, and ease suffering.