Location: Zoom Webinar
Date: November 29, 2023

Cicero famously said that in war, law is silent. But, while that may have been true in Cicero’s time, it is not the case today. Over the last century, international law has developed to govern when states can lawfully go to war and, when they do, how they are permitted to act. There are many complex issues surrounding the war in Gaza right now. As lawyers and future lawyers, one way we can grapple with these issues is to understand the law that governs the conduct of the parties to armed conflict. Join us for a discussion with two experts about these legal frameworks and how they apply to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.


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