On June 27, 2014, Associate Professor Charles C. Jalloh gave a talk entitled, “The Relationship of International Criminal Tribunals with National Jurisdictions: Lessons for the Permanent International Criminal Court,” to a packed crowd of attorneys at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC - a national law firm headquartered in Pittsburgh. The lecture discussed preliminary results of a long-term study that Professor Jalloh is currently undertaking in collaboration with Professor Linda Carter (Pacific McGeorge School of Law) and Dr. Mark Ellis (Executive Director of the International Bar Association) to identify best practices from prior ad hoc international penal tribunals for the permanent International Criminal Court. Following a highly competitive tenured and tenure track faculty application process last May, the Dean of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law selected Professor Jalloh for the Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney Faculty Scholar for the 2013-2014 academic year. The annual award, which provides substantial funds to support original  research, is given to the faculty member whose project has the most potential to make a significant impact on the development of the law. The final results of the study will be published in a co-authored book in 2016.

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