Litigating the Right to Peace - June 22, 2012
"Litigating the Right to Peace"
Co-sponsored by the WSBA World Peace Through Law Section
Legal basis of a right to peace and its successful use in litigation. International human rights attorney Luis Roberto Zamora Bolaños will talk about his successful litigation against governmental practices violating Costa Rica’s “Peace Constitution”, describe use of an international forum, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, to protect and institutionalize the right to peace, and discuss cooperation with Japanese lawyers and peace organizations to safeguard Article 9 (“Peace Article”) of Japan’s Constitution.
Learn more about attorney Zamora's experience at PeaceAsAHumanRight.org.
When: June 22, 2013
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
(Please join us for a social immediately following the program in the Law School's main lobby.)
Where: Seattle University School of Law, Room C-5
901 12th Ave
CLE Credits: 2.0 general credits
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