Dickinson speaks on 'Military Lawyers on the Battlefield'
Laura Dickinson, Faculty Director, Center for Law and Global Affairs, recently spoke on "Military Lawyers on the Battlefield: an Empirical Account of International Law Compliance," at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
The March 2 event was part of a colloquium series co-sponsored by the U of A's Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the School of Government and Public Policy, and the Program on Law in Society. The Program on Law in Society promotes cross-disciplinary research, teaching and discussion, and partners the James E. Rogers College of Law with four university departments: Anthropology, Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology. The Program develops and supports law school courses, presents a colloquium series, awards faculty research grants, and sponsors the Global Society & Justice Workshop.
Dickinson's work focuses on human rights, national security, foreign affairs privatization, and qualitative empirical approaches to international law. Her current work-in-progress is a monograph entitled, Outsourcing War and Peace, to be published by Yale University Press. The book examines the increasing privatization of military, security, and foreign aid functions of government, considers the impact of this trend on core public values, and outlines mechanism for protecting these values in an era of privatization.
Judy Nichols, Judith.Nichols@asu.edu
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law