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Strategies for consensus-building and decision-making

Sabrina Bruno and Eric Blay This is the fourth in a series on the use of Somalia in Crisis role play in a law school course on International Humanitarian Law. Read the Introduction. The goal of the Somalia simulation was … Continue reading

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Discerning the interests and priorities of diverse stakeholders

Katrina Younes, Rob Alfieri, Aaron Zaltzman This is the third in a series on the use of Somalia in Crisis role play in a law school course on International Humanitarian Law. Read the Introduction. During the simulation of a National … Continue reading

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Legal, political, strategic and ethical dimensions of the 2011 famine

Elspeth Graham & Laura Snowdon This is the second in a series on the use of Somalia in Crisis role play in a law school course on International Humanitarian Law. Read the Introduction. The United Nations declared a famine in … Continue reading

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Experiential Learning in the International Humanitarian Law classroom

This post was written by Rebecca Sutton, who taught the Somalia in Crisis role play during the Re-Imagining International Humanitarian Law course at University of Western Ontario Law School.  This is the first post in a series; in subsequent posts … Continue reading

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Meet our New Case Writers!

Brittany Deitch (left) and Rachel Gordon (right) have both recently joined the Harvard Law School | Case Studies team. Brittany, a recent JD graduate, was sworn into the bar in September 2017. Her role involves writing cases tailored to the … Continue reading

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