The 2022-23 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture on the Conditions of Peace
Luis Moreno Ocampo, First Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
Wednesday, May 17, 20235:30 PM
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
337 Charles E Young Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Transcript is coming soon.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
In 1985 Luis Moreno Ocampo was the deputy prosecutor in the Junta trial. Amazon produced a film portraying the case: Argentina 1985 which won the Golden Globe and was nominated for the Oscar 2023. In 2003 Moreno Ocampo was appointed the first Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. In November 2022 Oxford University Press published War and Justice in the 21st Century: A case study on the International Criminal Court and its Relationship with the War on Terror. In the book, Luis Moreno Ocampo describes his global practice as ICC Chief Prosecutor that ended in 2012. He was a visiting Professor at Stanford, Harvard, Hebrew, and Al Quds University. Currently, he teaches at USC Cinematic Art School a course on how films create narratives on war, crimes, and justice.
ABOUT THE MODERATOR
Kal Raustiala holds the Promise Institute Chair in Comparative and International Law at UCLA Law School and is a Professor at the UCLA International Institute, where he teaches in the Program on Global Studies. Since 2007 he has served as Director of the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations. From 2012-2015 he was UCLA’s Associate Vice Provost for International Studies and Faculty Director of the International Education Office. Professor Raustiala's research focuses on international law, international relations, and intellectual property.
ABOUT THE LECTURE SERIES
In sponsoring the Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture on the Conditions of Peace, the Burkle Center for International Relations celebrates the memory of Brodie as an eminent scholar and teacher. The lectures provide a special forum for outstanding students of politics, strategy, and warfare to present their thoughts and research within the scholarly and humanist tradition exemplified by Bernard Brodie.
Established in 1980, the lecture series provides a special forum for dignitaries and scholars of politics, strategy, warfare, and peace to present their views to the UCLA community and the public.
Sponsor(s): Burkle Center for International Relations, Department of Public Policy
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