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The FIU College of Law is pleased to announce that the University Special Selection Committee selected Dr. Charles C. Jalloh, Professor of Law, as a Distinguished University Professor. This rank is the highest rank available to Full Professors of the University. The award recognizes a handful of professors that are thought to be pioneering forces in their fields.

Through this award, which was formally conferred at Faculty Convocation on October 13, 2022, FIU recognized Dr. Jalloh’s pioneering and enduring work, his outstanding accomplishments, sustained contributions and eminent recognition in the areas of research/creative activities, teaching, and service excellence to the field of international law.

A member of the United Nations International Law Commission, where he has held leadership positions and currently serves as a Special Rapporteur on the topic Subsidiary Means for the Determination of Rules of International Law, Dr. Jalloh is the first law professor since the founding of the College of Law in 2002 to receive this prestigious university award.

Since joining FIU Law from the University of Pittsburgh Law School, where he was the Buchanan Ingersoll and Rooney Faculty Scholar (2013-2014), Dr. Jalloh has also received the FIU Top Scholar Award (2015), the FIU Faculty Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activities (2018), the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Public International Law at Lund University in Sweden (2018-2019) and the Real Triumphs Faculty Award (2021).

Congratulations to Dr. Jalloh!