International  Prosecutors, ambassadors, diplomats, and legal scholars from around the globe came together at the Chautauqua Institution in Aug. The International Humanitarian Law Dialogs were hosted by the Robert Jackson Center and many renowned international prosecutors.  If you go to the Robert Jackson Center website you will be able to see streamed sessions of the dialogs.

On Tuesday Oct. 28th the Robert Jackson Center will also be holding :

Tinkering with the Law: A Conversation on First Amendment Rights
featuring Mary Beth Tinker Petitioner of Tinker vs. Des Moines, and Ronald J. Wright, Esq., First Amendment Specialist, Law Offices of Francis M. Letro, Buffalo, NY
More information to follow, registration opening soon
Call #716-483-6646 or
IHLD: Chautauqua Declaration  & Streamed Sessions