Dean Fred F. Herzog Memorial Lecture Series

The Law School established the Dean Fred F. Herzog Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture Series in 1988 to honor Dean Herzog and his many contributions to the development of the law and his outstanding service to legal education. In 2008, the title was changed to the Dean Fred F. Herzog Memorial Lecture Series.

Previous Herzog Lectures

April 10, 2018

“Common Law and Civil Law Influences on International Adjudication”

w/ Hon. Joan E. Donoghue

March 23, 2017

“Preventing and Punishing Crimes Against Humanity”

w/ Professor Sean D. Murphy

 

2015

September 24, 2015

“The Changing Face of Holocaust Denial in the 21st Century”

w/ Professor Deborah Lipstadt

September 22, 2014

“The Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice in the Age of Globalism”

w/ M. Cherif Bassiouni

April 14, 2014

“The Illegal Use of Force as a Crime Against Humanity”

w/ Benjamin B. Ferencz

April 8, 2013

“Human Trafficking”

w/ Laurel G. Bellows

October 17, 2011

“The Lawmaking Role of International Tribunals”

w/ Hon. Thomas Buergenthal

February 17, 2011

Religious Freedom Under Assault in the Middle East: An Imperative for the U.S. & the International Community to Hold Governments to Account

w/ Dwight N. Bashir, PhD

September 16, 2009

“International Prosecution of Heads of State for Genocide, War Crimes, and Crimes Against Humanity”

w/ Ambassador Hans Corell

September 7, 2008

“Opening the Red Cross International Tracing Service Archive”

w/ Professor Kenneth Waltzer

September 20, 2007

“Balancing Liberty and Security in Times of Stress: Comparing Western Democracies’ Approaches to Global Terror”

w/ Professor Michael Rosenfeld