On October 21, 2016, Professor Charles C. Jalloh, was a speaker on a panel entitled “The Work of the International Law Commission” at the United Nations headquarters in New York city. The discussion examined the contributions of the International Law Commission, a subsidiary organ of the General Assembly, to the codification and progressive development of international law, both in general issues of international as well as in specific areas. The permanent missions of Ivory Coast, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Turkey, and South Africa convened the panel which was attended by legal advisers of UN member states.

Prof. Jalloh is a tenured professor at FIU Law, the Founding Director of the African Court Research Initiative (ACRI) and was a FIU Top Scholar for 2015. He contributes to FIU Law’s Legal Studies Research Paper Series and his works can be followed in SSRN.