January 22, 2016
Date & Time:
January 30, 2016
School of Law Sullivan Hall
901 12th Ave, Room 110
Seattle, WA 98122
Breakfast & Lunch
will be provided
This workshop features lectures and hands-on exercises that guide participants
through an intensive examination of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) with a
focus on its application to combatants and civilians. Sessions will be led by legal
professionals from the American Red Cross.
• Types of Armed Conflict
• Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols
• Fundamental Principles and Protections afforded by international law
• Distinction between Combatants and Civilians
• Civilian Direct Participation in Hostilities
• Role of the Red Cross and humanitarians in Armed Conflict
This workshop is suggested for law students, graduate students, and professionals.
Students are expected to attend all of the sessions in the program. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion for the IHL training from the American Red Cross.
Registration & Fees
Fee for law students: $20
Fee for non-law students (includes 6.5 general CLE credits, pending): $99
Please visit http://bit.ly/1jBnzN4 to register by January 22, 2015.