Residual Special Court Remembers Former Prosecutor Sir Desmond de Silva, QC
David M. Crane Donates Papers to JAG School | Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism
The Residual Special Court has learned with sadness of the death of former Special Court Prosecutor Sir Desmond de Silva, QC, who passed away on Saturday in the UK.
War Crimes Article in Case Western Reserve University Think Magazine
Professor of Practice David M. Crane will donate his papers, photographs, and other memorabilia from his time as Chief Prosecutor of the Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL) to the Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, an ABA-accredited law school in Charlottesville, VA.
David M. Crane speaks on Wisconsin Public Radio about Syria
JCI’s Managing Director James C. Johnson was recently featured in Case Western Reserve’s Think Magazine.
David M. Crane Talks with WUNC About the Future of International Justice
In early April, David M. Crane spoke on Wisconsin Public Radio about the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Principal Professor David Crane co-edits book titled "The Founders: Four Pioneering Individuals Who Launched the First Modern-Era International Criminal Tribunals"
On April 10, Professor David M. Crane spoke with Frank Stasio, host of WUNC about the future of international criminal justice.
YouTube & The Documentation of the Syrian Civil War
JCI Principal Professor David M. Crane co-edits book "The Founders" with Leila Sadat of Washington University School of Law, St Louis, MO; and Michael P. Scharf of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, OH.
Trump and North Korea: Beware the Boogeyman
The Daily Orange, the independent student newspaper of Syracuse New York, interviewed Syracuse Univesity School of Law professor David M. Crane on YouTube deleting thousands of videos documenting Syrian Civil War.
Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes
JURIST Guest Columnist David M. Crane of the Syracuse University College of Law discusses how President Trump is using the conflict with North Korea to divert attention from his own shortcomings.
Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes, a new biography by Desmond de Silva QC is reviewed in The Spectator.
JURIST Guest Columnist David M. Crane of the Syracuse University College of Law discusses the repercussions of certain UN member states' use of force on a fellow member state.