In the News
- Richmond Times-Dispatch
Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl has an op/ed in today's (May 8) Richmond Times-Dispatch on the conviction of Charles Taylor, former president of Liberia. Drumbl argues that the conviction should not distract from the ongoing efforts that are required to deliver justice to the people of Sierra Leone.
- International Bar Association
Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl comments on reactions to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) judgment that five Islamic extremists can be extradited to the US to stand trial on terrorism charges.
- Daily Beast
A blog post about Kony 2012 and child soldiers on the Oxford University Press website by Washington and Lee Law professor Mark Drumbl was cited by Andrew Sullivan at The Daily Beast.
- MSN Espanol and more
Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl has appeared in several media outlets on the Kony 2012 media campaign and how the effort oversimplifies the problem of child soldiers.
- Voice of America
Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl comments on the Kony 2012 media campaign and how the effort oversimplifies the problem of child soldiers.
Law School News about Professor Drumbl
- W&L Law Professorís New Book Explores Complex Issue of Child Soldiers
A timely new book from Washington and Lee law professor Mark A. Drumbl examines the complex problem of child soldiering and presses the international community to rethink its approaches to the problem.
- W&L Law Professor Says Kony 2012 Oversimplifies Problem of Child Soldiers
A Washington and Lee University law professor who has written extensively about child soldiers believes the Kony 2012 Campaign unduly simplifies the problem of child soldiering.
- Article in Online Journal Neoamericanist Cites Drumbl Scholarship
Law professor Mark Drumbl's work on the expressive value of prosecuting and punishing terrorists is cited extensively in an article on the closing of Guantanamo Bay in the Spring/Summer 2010 edition of Neoamericanist.
- Law Professorís Work Cited by UK High Court
Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl's research on the Rwandan genocide trials influenced a recent United Kingdom High Court of Justice decision involving the extradition to Rwanda of four high-profile genocide suspects.
- Law Professorís Book Honored by International Law Organizations
The American Society of International Law has selected Washington and Lee Law Professor Mark Drumbl's recent book as first runner-up for its 2009 Certificate of Merit for Creative Scholarship. This prize is among the most prestigious publishing awards globally in the field of international law.