Using Legal Mechanisms to Address Regional Conflicts

The CEELI Institute joined with the International Bar Association (IBA) on September 1-3, 2015, to sponsor an innovative program promoting dialogue on the international legal mechanisms relevant to the resolution of ongoing regional conflicts. The program

The CEELI Institute joined with the International Bar Association (IBA) on September 1-3, 2015, to sponsor an innovative program promoting dialogue on the international legal mechanisms relevant to the resolution of ongoing regional conflicts. The program brought together IBA leadership, international experts and young lawyers in order to explore a variety of issues relevant to conflict resolution. The program included discussion groups, expert presentations, and a variety of practical exercises. This was the first in a series of such events sponsored by the IBA, in partnership with the Institute. Among those participating in the training were IBA Chair David Rivkin, IBA Executive Director Mark Ellis, and CEELI Institute Chair Homer E. Moyer, Jr. The program kicks off a busy fall schedule in Prague for the Institute.

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