Robert Jackson presents an argument at the Nuremberg War Trials

Sixty Years After the Nuremberg Trials: Crimes Against Humanity and Peace - September 26-29, 2005 at Chautauqua Institution

Speaker Bios

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  • John Q. Barrett, Robert H. Jackson scholar and Professor of Law at St. John's University
  • David Crane, the first U.S. war crimes prosecutor since U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson presided over the International War Crimes Tribunal in Nuremberg after World War II
  • Robert Donihi, one of the last surviving prosecutors of the Tokyo trials
  • Whitney R. Harris, a former prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials, is the author of Tyranny on Trial: the Trial of Major German War Criminals at the End of World War II at Nuremberg Germany
  • Henry T. King, a former U.S. Prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials, is author of a book on Nuremberg defendant Albert Speer, The Two Worlds of Albert Speer
  • Michael Newton, Former Senior Advisor to the United States Ambassador-at-large for War Crimes Issues; Now on the Law Department faculty at West Point Military Academy
  • Eric Posner, author and researcher specializing in laws of war; Kirkland and Ellis Professor of Law at the University of Chicago
  • Geoffrey Robertson, United Nations appeal judge for the War Crimes Court in West Africa
  • Christoph J.M. Safferling, author and Assistant Professor in the Institute for Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminology in the Law Faculty of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Michael P. Scharf, Professor of law at Case Western Reserve law school, co-founder of the Public International Law & Policy Group, the Director of Case Western's Frederick K. Cox International Law Center and its War Crimes Research Office
  • Richard Sonnenfeldt, the Chief Interpreter at the Nuremberg trials

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