The Rise of Lawfare, the Politicization of International Law and the Challenges to U.S. Sovereignty


American Freedom Alliance

in cooperation with

Eye on the U.N.; The Legal Project of the Middle East Forum;
NGO Monitor; Shurat HaDin ( Israel Law Center)

presents

its second International Conference of the Air

The Rise of Lawfare, the Politicization of International Law and the Challenges to U.S. Sovereignty

featuring a panel of experts drawn from around the world

Harry Reicher (University of Pennsylvania Law School), Tung Yin (Lewis & Clark Law School),
Amos Guiora (Utah University School of Law), Anne Bayefsky (Eye on the U.N.),
Anne Herzberg
(NGO Monitor),  Nitsana Darshan Leitner (Shurat Ha Din, Israel Law Center) ,
Jeremy Rabkin (George Mason School of Law), Daniel Huff (The Legal Project/ Middle East Forum),
Donald Kochan
(Chapman University Law School), John Eastman (Chapman University).
Laurie Blank (Emory University), Eugene Kontorovich (Northwestern University School of Law)


Moderated by Avi Davis

Sunday, January 16, 2011
10:30 am – 1:30 pm (PDT); 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm (EDT)

Streamed live on the Internet and then archived.
Log in from anywhere in the world and listen at any time

at:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/WesternWordRadio

Lawfare represents one of the key means used by groups and individuals hostile to the United States to undermine U.S. sovereignty and weaken its national security. This conference is designed to address the threats that lawfare represents to western democracies and offer means by which these threats can be confronted.

Click here for more information

Contact AFA for further information at (310) 444 3085 or access AFA website www.americanfreedomalliance.org
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