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CHRGS, First Lady Marcia Kelley to celebrate opening of “The Rescuers: Picturing Moral Courage” March 25

UPDATED WITH NEW DATE: MONDAY, MARCH 25 The Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies (CHRGS) announced that, along with special guest First Lady Marcia Kelley, it will hold a gala opening reception for the photo exhibition “The Rescuers: Picturing Moral Courage” at 7 p.m. Monday, March 25, in the East Asian Room of the [...]

Law professor a rising star among global media

Law Professor Gregory S. Gordon, a renowned researcher on human rights law and head of the Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies (CHRGS) at UND, continues to be the go-to man for world media seeking knowledgeable insight and expert opinion on the most notorious international court cases related to genocide and crimes against humanity. [...]

Gordon conducts advocacy training for Bosnian War Crimes Chamber

UND law professor Gregory S. Gordon was recently invited by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to conduct trial advocacy training in Sarajevo. “I was asked to do this training program for judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys preparing for upcoming cases in the Court’s War Crimes Chamber,” said Gordon, a former international war crimes prosecutor [...]

Gordon to focus on international speech-crime law at faculty lecture Feb. 9

Gregory S. Gordon, associate professor of law and director of the Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies, will present the third lecture of the University Faculty Lecture Series for 2011-2012. The upcoming lecture is titled “The Next Chapter in International Speech –Crime Law? Incitement to Commit War Crimes” and will be presented on Thursday, [...]

Gregory Gordon to speak at United Nations regarding human rights in Cambodia

In connection with the opening of the General Assembly this week, UND law professor Gregory S. Gordon, an international expert on the prosecution of war crimes and genocide and director of the Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies, has been invited to speak at the United Nations regarding human rights in Cambodia. The United Nations [...]