Jerusalem Since 1947 with Professor John Quigley

Join us on Thursday, June 16th for an interview on Facebook livestream with John Quigley, Professor, Ohio State’s Moritz College of Law. You can find him giving interviews to media outlets on current events, serving as an expert at U.N. conferences, and his analyses can be found in magazines such as the Quincy Institute’s “Responsible Statecraft.” We will focus on the status of Jerusalem, especially how it has evolved since 1947, and give a little background information on what international law is and how it has played a role in Israel/Palestine. In addition to this topic, Professor Quigley’s research interests include East European Law, International Law, and Human Rights.  His books include, Consular Law and Practice (co-authored with Luke T. Lee), Oxford University Press 2008, Soviet Legal Innovation and the Law of the Western World, Cambridge U Press 2007, The Case for Palestine: An International Law Perspective (Duke U Press, 2005), and most recently, Britain and Its Mandate over Palestine, and the Legality of a Jewish State.

Image of John B. Quigley, Professor, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University

John B. Quigley, Professor, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University

 

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