University of Pittsburgh

Charles Jalloh Gives R.J. Reynolds Lecture

Professor Charles C. Jalloh gave the first 2010 R.J. Reynolds Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture at the School of Law, North Carolina Central University on August 18, 2010. Earlier that day, he gave a separate talk to the faculty entitled Universal Jurisdiction in a Divided World: The Case of the African and European Unions. On August 19, 2010, he taught a student seminar focusing on the Special Court for Sierra Leone. Professor Jalloh is the youngest amongst a group of distinguished scholars invited to lecture on international law topics at NCCU Law during the 2010-2011 academic year. North Carolina formally established the law school in 1939 to provide African-Americans with in-state opportunities for a legal education. Link
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